Until the dust settles, a bit, ... I'll reply in this thread,
Ummm, in old recordings, of the 1930's or so, there was only one microphone. And the drumkit was, is, a creator of some solid transient sounds. So, to prevent overloading of the poor ol' mic they set the drummer waaay back in the proceedings - which you can easily hear in replay of a decent standard of these sort of tracks. More recent stuff? All bets are off, of course ...
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Having a hard time tuning into organising an optical waveform 'cleaner' for the Edifiers ... I know what needs to be done, but my loss of energy in recent times is making my interest in sorting the technical design not intense enough to follow through, right now - yes, I could just buy something, and tweak that to get the job done. But that's not the point ... the goal is a low cost solution, commensurate with the cost of the audio components on either side of the conditioner; and requires most