Re: [all-audio] Differences in audio recording quality

2018-04-01 Thread Hamit Campos
For the person that said they couldn't find the test files page on the auidio site Dain provided here's the deal. So ya know that as ya go in there's a downloads link? It's on that page. What it is it looks like they put some files there for you to practise downloading stuff. I guess so yu can

Re: [all-audio] Talking Multi Meter

2018-04-01 Thread Dane Trethowan
Ah that explains it then as the person I’m talking to is most likely on that list so I’ll look that up, in the past I’ve been a member myself but I unsubscribed some time ago as I haven’t had much time to read lists now that I’m doing part-time work. > On 2 Apr 2018, at 12:32 pm, John Covici

Re: [all-audio] Differences in audio recording quality

2018-04-01 Thread Hamit Campos
They'll be great I'll tell you that. you heard Neal's demo threw his keyboard right? On 4/1/2018 7:26 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote: I can understand that. Its a great option to use when sampling Vinyl. These days I sample straight onto the Olympus LS-100 given its far more convenient to use than

[all-audio] Bluetooth True RMS Digital Multimeter | Jaycar Electronics

2018-04-01 Thread Dane Trethowan
Wonder how useful this could be? At the price its certainly worth buying to find out I reckon. > https://www.jaycar.com.au/bluetooth-true-rms-digital-multimeter/p/QM1578 ** Those of a positive and enquiring frame of mind will leave the rest of the halfwits in this world behind.

[all-audio] Soundblaster USB Audio HD

2018-04-01 Thread Dane Trethowan
Don’t talk to me about Sound Blaster . I’m a little disappointed with the Audio HD device I purchased. Every other device has no trouble with the digital output of my Cable box but the Audio HD from Sound Blaster just refuses to play ball. Now perhaps I’m over reacting and perhaps the Sound

Re: [all-audio] Zoom H6 thanks for the recommendation

2018-04-01 Thread Hamit Campos
Yeah lots of the Onkyo AVRs will supposedly do 384 32 bit. They have 384 K 32 bit dacs. Some of the new Sound Blasters go to 385K. I just don't know how 1 records that. Soundforge pro use to be able to go to 32 bit. But I don't know of an interface or anything like that that whill do this.

Re: [all-audio] Differences in audio recording quality

2018-04-01 Thread John Covici
hmmm, I cannot find anything that says test recordings on that site. I tried with two different browsers, in case I was missing something. On Sun, 01 Apr 2018 15:24:17 -0400, Dane Trethowan wrote: > > I’ve given this some thought and have decided that - for the purposes of this > discussion -

Re: [all-audio] Differences in audio recording quality

2018-04-01 Thread Kelly Pierce
Besides sampeling rate, the number of bits of each filee influences heavily the sound quality. I like to record in 24 bit audio when I can. CD quality is 16 bit. bits refer to the size of each sample. Bigger samples mean a greater range of audio is captured in each sample. Even with spoken word

Re: [all-audio] Zoom H6 thanks for the recommendation

2018-04-01 Thread Dane Trethowan
Its also used for audio mastering though higher rates are used these days. I'm yet to hear a recording at 384K 32 bit as that the maximum my Rotel A14 Amp will handle. On 2/04/2018 4:12 AM, Matthew Chao wrote: Hi, Tim.  True, but 96K is required for commercial broadcasting.--Matt, N1IBB.

Re: [all-audio] Zoom H6 thanks for the recommendation

2018-04-01 Thread Matthew Chao
Hi, Tim. True, but 96K is required for commercial broadcasting.--Matt, N1IBB. On 4/1/2018 2:08 PM, tim cumings wrote: Inmy jhumble opinion, recording at 96 khz 24 kbps is really a waste of time. Even with perfect hearing most people can't hear above 22 khz anyway. On 3/31/2018 11:07 PM,

Re: [all-audio] Zoom H6 thanks for the recommendation

2018-04-01 Thread Dane Trethowan
Yep it certainly does. On 2/04/2018 5:35 AM, Hamit Campos wrote: Yeah cause the wind even gets into the sides apparently. Well it didd for Neal anyways. On 4/1/2018 3:13 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote: Yes I did initially think of recording my tree being felled with the Olympus LS-100 however

[all-audio] Differences in audio recording quality

2018-04-01 Thread Dane Trethowan
I’ve given this some thought and have decided that - for the purposes of this discussion - the participants should be able to hear for themselves the differences that high sampling rates etc offer so here’s a way. There a site called http://www.melbarecordings.com.au

Re: [all-audio] Zoom H6 thanks for the recommendation

2018-04-01 Thread Hamit Campos
Ah I can hear up to 18 K. But I wana see how much difference I can really hear. Thing is I've done it with an LS-14 but of course this isn't as pro as the H6 is. Maybe an LS-100 would be but saddly couldn't get that. On 4/1/2018 2:08 PM, tim cumings wrote: Inmy jhumble opinion, recording at

Re: [all-audio] Zoom H6 thanks for the recommendation

2018-04-01 Thread tim cumings
Inmy jhumble opinion, recording at 96 khz 24 kbps is really a waste of time. Even with perfect hearing most people can't hear above 22 khz anyway. On 3/31/2018 11:07 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote: Unfortunately the chap who has been employed to do it didn’t turn up and I was annoyed about it to

Re: [all-audio] Zoom H6 thanks for the recommendation

2018-04-01 Thread Hamit Campos
Hell to the yeah. I mean I've heard a car recorded with the F4 the F8's little brother, but that was way too epic! So the F8 is obviously epic. On 3/31/2018 11:06 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote: I’ve had no reason to perform a full multi track recording as yet so I’m only going on what I read in