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Re: Re: [microsound] mics >192khz
- To: microsound <microsound@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Re: [microsound] mics >192khz
- From: flemming lyst <flemminglyst@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2008 01:14:13 +0100
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i cheked b&k, all their hydrophones goes up to at least 80khz som 140khz...
just recorded a little with my røde nt3, samplerate 96khz, it records ok up
to around 43khz the limit of the soundinterface...can't set it to 192khz
right now, don't know why.
but btw izotope rx is good at monitoring sonogram and filtering things ex
cutting all under 20khz. for later playing in max at 0.1 speed...
On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 12:31 AM, Sune TB Nielsen <suneni@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Maybe such a device isnt CALLED a microphone, check a place like brüel &
> kjær bksv.dk
> ---- Oprindelig meddelelse ----
> Fra: flemming lyst <flemminglyst@xxxxxxxxx>
> Til: microsound <microsound@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Emne: Re: [microsound] mics >192khz
> oh, im very well aware of the concepts. i'm just having a hard time finding
> the gear...
> but i'll test my mics and see where they cut off...
> thanks anyway...
> On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 9:06 PM, Bruce Tovsky <bruce@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > mics, being analog devices, don't really have a "ceiling" per se
> > sample rate - what they do have is a frequency range, and the higher
> > rates provide a greater ability to capture those frequencies. so, the
> > the mic the better your recording (using any sample rate) and the better
> > sample rate the better (subjectively) the recording - or, i should say,
> > better the capture of the frequencies the mic is delivering.
> > make sense?
> > best
> > b
> > On Nov 11, 2008, at 3:00 PM, flemming lyst wrote:
> > anyone got any tips on a mic that will record all the way up to 96khz?
> >> as i'm able to record 192khz with my fireface i'm interested to hear
> >> what's
> >> going on up there...?
> >> any suggestions??
> >> i found some b&K on their website, but no prices...
> >> www.bksv.com
> >> btw check out this fine article:
> >> http://emusician.com/daw/emusic_going_wild/index.html
> >> cheers,
> >> eske
> > "A lot of people try to think up ideas. I'm not one. I'd rather accept
> > irresistible possibilities of what I can't ignore."
> > - Robert Rauschenberg
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