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Old 21-03-17, 09:31 AM
mercalia mercalia is offline
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yes Father Christmas and his laugh - It used to freak me out but I must have got used to it. The podcast has a live element with irc and I suppose he has to keep them happy also. As mentioned they did a companion piece some time ago. I am glad some here have found the podcast interesting. Twit TV has a number of interesting podcasts ( why oh why call it Twit TV. maybe I dont get it but "Twit" in the UK is an insult? )
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I just watched the podcast and what seemed like a useful idea was measuring near-field as well as listening position to see how the direct sound compares/ contrasts with the room sound.

And I know what he means when he says some cinemas are simply too loud when playing adverts, trailers and films. The modified X curve seems like the way to go to tame the overall sound.
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Twit TV has a number of interesting podcasts ( why oh why call it Twit TV. maybe I dont get it but "Twit" in the UK is an insult? )
Sad geeky but true answer: the network of podcasts was started by Leo Laporte on the back of his "This Week in Tech" radio show / podcast.
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