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    You have to ask yourself if there's going to be an usable information below 100hz and if so don't high-pass going in. Otherwise ALWAYS high-pass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cavedog101 View Post
    You have to ask yourself if there's going to be an usable information below 100hz and if so don't high-pass going in. Otherwise ALWAYS high-pass.
    +1! There is a very, very old saying in the PA/recording business..."The wider you open the window, the more the **** flies in"

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