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jar4ever wrote:(think about it, our ears are somewhat spaced apart).
jar4ever wrote:Yeah, ORTF is pretty much supposed to simulate the distance and angles between the two ears, kind of a mix between spaced pair and x/y. It will give a better image then x/y but is more vulnerable to phase problems, especially in the high freqs.
jar4ever wrote:Well that may be true, you still want to minimalize cancelation and cone filtering as much as possible.
jar4ever wrote:And with ORTF the mics are far enough apart where it's quite possible hi frequencies could cause problems.
jar4ever wrote: This isn't just me saying this, all of my highly qualified teachers have said that with ORTF and spaced pair you have to watch out for unwanted cancellation.
jar4ever wrote:Yep, that's all I'm saying. Of couse, with x/y they are so close together that phase issues are only possible with very high frequencies.
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