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"Ears and Hearing" Forum Proposal

Discussion in 'Studio Construction & Acoustics Forum' started by audio creature, Jun 6, 2005.

  1. audio creature

    audio creature Active Member

    Greetings all,

    In the context of acoustics, recording, mastering etc. What is more important and more overlooked than the most crucial and essential piece of gear in the entire process.

    Of course such matters can easily be dealt with under acoustics, however an entire forum dedicated to this topic, would promote the awareness and care of this most crucial aparatus among professional home and aspiring recordists and musicians alike.

    What do you think? :wink:
  2. timmayock

    timmayock Active Member

    Music Teacher
    Granby Ct.
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    I am 44 and I have had a few hearing tests. I have loss in the 2k range, but i think it is somewhat relative. I have less natural sensitivity than a youner person, but I have a greater sensitivity to
    learned aspects of my hearing. It is very interesting how the brain and hearing work together. The selective hearing of a spouse is very real. I don't consciously ignore my wife, it just happens

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