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Subject: Re: The Singing Planet
From: "Mike Rooke" picnet2
Date: Thu Oct 6, 2011 1:55 pm ((PDT))
I'm not sure if this is a done correctly example, but here goes:-

Mic System: Pseudo binaural 2 x Audio Technica AT3032's mounted inside sili=
cone Pinna (ears) with post equalization.

Recording path:-

AT3032 -> Mic In - RME QuadMic - Line Out ->
to either Sony D50 Line input or Korg MR2 Line input.

Sony D50 recording at 48 Khz / 24 Bit.
Korg MR2 DSD @ 2.8Mhz.

Saved as 16 bit Flac @ 48 Khz.

whats flac? -

Recording is environmental noise (distant motorway traffic) + Wind and Rain=
Not a side by side due to the need to swap recorders.

Question is: which 2 minute section is from the Sony D50 or Korg MR2?


--- In  Dan Dugan <> wrote:
> > Louie Psihoyos - who won an Oscar for The Cove - is currently working o=
n a major production with a focus on wildlife sound using DSD technology - =
'something that's never been done with film before, almost like 3D sound,' =
according to Psihoyos.
> >
> >
> >
> > The film is due for release in 2013.
> >
> > Sounds like an amazing project.
> >
> > Does anyone happen to know what DSD technology is?
> DSD is an alternative form of digital audio recording developed by the So=
ny-Philips consortium. Standard digital audio uses the PCM system. Properly=
 done, recordings in either format will sound the same.
> My cynical take on DSD is that it was an attempt by Sony to get customers=
 to buy all new Sony equipment for their entire production chain, based on =
questionable claims of superior performance.
> -Dan

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