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Re: Hearing Bats that been recorded.

Subject: Re: Hearing Bats that been recorded.
From: "Peter Shute" pshute2
Date: Mon Feb 29, 2016 6:52 pm ((PST))
Thank you very much for that information, Raimund.

Can anyone tell me how well a PCM-M10 would record bats with either the bui=
lt in mics or external EM-172 mics? I can set the recorder to the highest s=
etting, 96kHz, which should be able to record half that frequency?

Also, is there a recorder in the same price range that can record at 192kHz=

Peter Shute

From:  =
Sent: Sunday, 21 February 2016 9:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Nature Recordists] Hearing Bats that been recorded.

> Nice. Is there a limit on the length of the wav file? And can you save th=
e heterodyned sounds? David could just mix it into his recording.

Hi Peter,

The SASLab software can open common .wav files of up to 2 GB in size and th=
e heterodyned playback has no limit on the length of the file. In order to =
accelerate opening large files I would recommend to activate the option "Fi=
le"/"File Open Settings..." > "do not create a temporary copy (limited undo=

The Frequency Shift function on the Frequency Domain Transformation dialog =
box has however a limitation on the duration (it is intended only for proce=
ssing a few calls at once) and it will only work on mono files (the softwar=
e has been designed primarily for bioacoustic research, which seldom requir=
es stereo).

There is no direct way to save the heterodyned sounds. But it could be done=
 as follows:

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