Practicing audio we well-accustomed (well, at least a heandfull of us who are truly cognitive about what they do) that playback impacts perception. It is so but only partially. For years I have been practicing and experimenting with some, let me call them “exercises” that moderate perception of playback… in real time and let perception override some aspects of playback characteristics. A few month ago I communicated with a person who look like took the idea of real time perception moderation even much further and he claims that he was able to algorithm this process and to build a machinery that permits an active real-time intrusion and alternation of the Perception/Perception ceremony.
I have been thinking about it a lot the lost few months and actually have some interesting observations. They certainly could not be shared but rather discovered, so do not anticipate any practical “how-to” methodology from me or the “perception attenuator” from the person mentioned above.
Still, I would like to point out to a few people with evolved audio awareness that behind good Sound from playback there is something else to work with and this something else always was there…Romy the Cat
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche