Sweet. You should follow me around and define stuff. Basically in a true reverberant field, it doesn't matter which way you face, the reverb still "sounds the same." That's the meaning in this context.
Nope. You should use the right words and accept when you're wrong. Context is irrelevant here. Nice try though.
I misread your comment and didn't realize that I had typed "anisotropic" rather than "isotropic." It's been fixed.
Fixed. Good spot. Anisotropic is the texture filtering. Isotropic is the statistically ideal reverberant field.
So is it a "good spot" or an opportunity for you to flex your attitude? Now would be a good time for you to apologize because your statement was rude and uncalled for. Besides, this is not the first time you've delivered backhand compliments. You neither intimidate nor impress anyone here with your big words and aggression.
Check yourself or I'm going to start moderating you.
Post by Michael Lawrence on Jun 23, 2018 21:11:50 GMT
Wow. With all due respect, that's pretty aggressive. It's also not really helpful to the original poster. (OP, my apologies.)
I've sent you an email in case you would like to continue to discuss the issue privately, because it's certainly not what these forums are for. I confused the terms "isotropic" and "anisotropic," which are both technical terms that are used in my fields of profession. That doesn't seem like the end of the world to me. I can tell you from my work as a technical editor that people mix up terminology all the time, regardless of their level of expertise.
I skim forums quickly, because I'm usually working on something else. I make mistakes, just like everyone else alive. As soon as I realized that you had pointed out my error, I corrected the original post, and acknowledged you for pointing it out.
I am here because I have an enormous amount of respect for Ethan, so when he asked me to stick around and contribute, I was happy to do so. Ethan offers paid consulting services, so the fact that he offers his expertise for free on this forum is quite generous. I am likewise glad to offer input to Ethan's readers, but I am not going to take time away from my livelihood, or my family, for that matter, to hash out argumentum ad hominem on an internet forum. At no point in this or any other venue have I made any comments about another individual's attitude or character. Again, it's not the purpose of this forum.
If O.P. or anyone else would like to get a hold of me, they are welcome to email me. I will not be checking this thread for new posts.