Dick Burwen explains two types of frequency response – smooth and rippled. Audio electronics, tone controls, and equalizers have smooth response. What your ear really wants to hear is rippled response produced by reverberation at extreme high frequencies, way above existing real or artificial reverberation. It makes instruments sound musical and reduces high frequency imperfections in CDs and MP3s. The trend of the frequency response curve is equally important and should be tuned to within 0.1 decibel.
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