Regarding recording music with amplifiers, Comb Filtering happens under some really particular circumstances. On the off chance that we need to decrease the likelihood of Comb Filtering, we have to comprehend what causes it and what doesn’t so we can precisely concentrate on counteractive action.
As far as I can tell, most musical instruments are broadband. By differentiation, when you utilize a tone generator to make a 1k Hz sine wave, that is a solitary recurrence, not a broadband musical sign. Stage is the issue for a particular recurrence, in the same way as a 1k Hz tone. However Comb Filters happen for broadband signs. Anything that is more convoluted than a sine wave sign will be less an issue of stage and more an issue of Comb Filtering, particularly instruments that are very atonal (like a catch drum), or that differ in pitch about whether (like the way a culled string changes pitch).
Brush Filtering is more recognizable when the broadband sign has critical length of time. White or pink clamor are compelling samples of broadband span (they proceed with unendingly, or “enduring state”) and will be the well on the way to have discernable Comb Filtering. The more percussive (shorter) something is the more outlandish you will perceive Comb Filtering. In amazing cases a transient may be short to the point that it has rotted past perceptibility when the postponed form ever starts.
On the off chance that catch drum is in receiver A furthermore in amplifier B, and there are a couple of milliseconds of postponement between them, they will have a tendency to Comb Filter in the event that you join them. At the same time if the volume of the catch is diverse in the mics by 9db or more, the Comb Filtering won’t have a tendency to be perceptible. There may be different sounds normal in mic An and B, however what limits the discernability of Comb Filtering for the catch is the volume contrast of the catch in those mics. On the off chance that you can accomplish catch partition of 9db or more, you can successfully kill Comb Filtering for the catch.
An alternate cutoff is the measure of postponement. Most Comb Filtering happens when the postponement is under around 30 milliseconds (ms), contingent upon the 3 past elements. When you get past 30 ms, the postponements start to be heard as discrete echoes. Since sound goes at approximately 1 ms for every foot, Comb Filters won’t have a tendency to be an issue with mics that are 30 feet or all the more separated. Past 30 feet you may get some truly wacky echoes rather however.