Re: new web page
"Rich Peet" <>
Mon, 27 Feb 2006 18:48:32 -0000
What I read into this as a lay person is that the filters are not
strong enough. And so, when I record a sound that includes a lot of
high freq content (bug season during August, here) I need to record at
24/96 just to have the ability of doing a low pass filter first before
the anti-ali filter because the filters do not support the full range
of the audio supported by the resolution at 24 bit.
What I am changing in my recording style is to record at 24/96 and
then do a low pass separate and before the anti-ali filter. This
appears to be needed to be done before converting back to human
audible 44.1. Note this is for me because what I produce will only be
heard by man and I want that part to be accurate.
I hope this makes sense and follows the result of your graphs.
--- In Gianni Pavan <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> as promised I set up a webpage with the results of the measures I do
> on the equipment I use in the lab.
> I hope you'll find them interesting. All your comments are welcome.
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