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When you listen to F2K you cut frequencies below 40 hz?

I find this useful to cut frequencies below 40 hz, it create less distortion while i listen to F2k.
What foobar users think about?

Re: When you listen to F2K you cut frequencies below 40 hz?

Reply #1
This has nothing to do with f2k - it's probably related to your speakers and room. If it helps, by all means go for it.

Re: When you listen to F2K you cut frequencies below 40 hz?

Reply #2
It'll free up some headroom so you are less likely to overdrive any later stages in the chain, but I don't think people with full range monitoring would be wise to do it, why deliberately chop off the bottom octave? I have Trap tracks where the bass line drops to the 30-40Hz region occasionally. :) I don't think my mastering clients would appreciate a HPF that high either, if I use one it's usually around 18-24Hz. But yes, if it sounds better to you, then do it!

 
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