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May 22, 2011, 6:35am Report to Moderator
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Hi folks, I have some trouble with a resonance peak that occurs with some Donna Summer tracks, like "Last Dance". In this track she sings the phrase "Cause when I'm bad, I'm so' so bad" and here is were the phenomenon occurs. It's if Ms. Summer's voice excites a resonance peak (I think around 400-600Hz). What do you think of this phenomenon? Is it due to room acoustics? Or is it due to the recording itself?

July 20, 2012, 3:18pm Report to Moderator
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Sorry I did not see this post sooner, but I too have a similar resonance peak, which is stimulated by one measure in Eric clapton's  "Tears in Heaven". I used my equalizer to drop the response in a half octave by about 6 db, and the problem vanished. No other recording that I play stimulates this peak.
Odd that the peak is not in the bass, but in the lower midrange.
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