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When webcasting, do you apply any EQ? I always turn down the low frequencies just in case you get a bass song and you get the 'Web Crackling' sound. I have been thinking and it would be cool if when listening to a 196kbps stream, the suer could change the EQ and settings in a flash player. That would be so good :biggrinthumb:

 

Do you apply any EQ's on the mixer or software to improve the sound and listeners experience?

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When webcasting, do you apply any EQ? I always turn down the low frequencies just in case you get a bass song and you get the 'Web Crackling' sound. I have been thinking and it would be cool if when listening to a 196kbps stream, the suer could change the EQ and settings in a flash player. That would be so good :biggrinthumb:

 

Do you apply any EQ's on the mixer or software to improve the sound and listeners experience?

Not any EQ in music or speech. I use a method called final processing in my music, and it limits the music to the right amplitude and keeps the sound clear (little compressing). For speech, no EQ at all, some multi band processing only. :biggrinthumb:

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I guess most of the BW members know already that my station runs by using software only.

and if you are reading the sticky topics about PAL scripts you can learn what I'm using to achieve my current sound.

So yes I'm using an EQ at the end of the sound chain.

Feedback on the soundquality is mostly very positive, some are telling Me that it sounds "to" clear.

Its my idea that a lot depends on what the listener / receiver is using :

- what media player is used ?

- what are their EQ settings ?

- what type of speakers are used ?

- etc etc

 

Its my experience that already lots of people are using more advanced speakers (surround systems or similar) by using an exterior amplifier

Never the less still lots of common pc-users are using what they have .. aka the basic speakers of their pc or small speakers who don't deliver a good sound quality.

Conclusion is that it isn't always the fault of the broadcaster, at Our place it sounds as it should be.

and We still don't know what a listener is using (except the type of media player he/she is using)

 

So yes, an EQ integrated to a flash player can be a good idea.

Question is = If it gonna be used into the right way

even into my own community (friends, people I know etc) its amazing to see that most of them don't have a clue of how to use an EQ.

Sounds strange to Us, but its true

We can make it perfect, but it never gonna be perfect for everyone

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I just use SAM Encoder DSP with Winamp. I don't use EQ because most people will set their EQ to their liking. It helps to play 192K Mp3's instead of 128K because 128K is lossey. If you have Winamp Pro it rips CD's pretty good as compaired to iTunes or other FREE rippers. I should put a little base in my Mic however lol.

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