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That’s not the issue in this case though, there will be a wide range of opinions on what sounds “good” but everyone will agree that feedback is “bad”.

Where it might help is with situations where the system has about 1-2dB of gain-before-feedback left and nobody’s noticed the slight ringing on the end of all the words. Can an automated feedback destroyer do anything about that, when there’s only an very small amount of feedback?