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    The reason I keep going in circles is because you guys keep missing the point of the audio with 384,000 samples in one second being more clear than the audio with 96,000 samples in one second. I have posted my evidence and not knowing that the tape speed was in metric versus imperial has absolutly nothing to do with whaT we are talking about. And here I am being accused of being a troll. But a few of you have added in usefull information, but mostly half the posts on this thread are juat distractions against the topic on hands and hostile digs on me.

    For some reason people refuse to beleive the limitations of digital sound design here.

    As far as out of tune and distortiong goes???? Some people pay big money for that stuff.


    Anyway that scratchy sound from the mic input is abnocshis to me. Maybe its an error and the mobo manufacturer needs to fix it. I have tape in an out on my mixer for this and when playing back audio through it so I can record stuff on beat is absolutly brutal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Murphy View Post
    The reason I keep goingbin circles is because you guys keep missing the point of the audio with 384,000 samples in one second being more clear than the audio with 96,000 samples in one second. I have posted my evidence and not knowing that the tape speed was in metric versus imperial has absolutly nothing to do with whT we are talking about. And here I am neing accused of being a troll. But a few of yoh have added in gavt usefull information, but mostly half the posts on this thread aee juat distractions against the topic on hands and hostile digs on me.

    For some reason people refuse to beleive the limitations of digital sound desivn here.

    As far as out of tune and distortiong goes???? Some people pay big money for that stuff.


    Anyway that scratchy sound from the mic input is abnocshis to me. Maybe its an error and the mobo manufacturer needs to fix it. I have tape in an out on my mixer for this and when playing back audio through it so I can record stuff on beat is absolutly brutal.
    If you only had a glimpse of ability to listen to anyone... Maybe even an attempt to spell correctly would be a good start...

    Sorry, but this is stupid...
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    Not sure if this is the same Ryan Murphy or not, but I found this elsewhere on the net. The picture looks like the same guy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Murphy
    Scenario 1:

    Your studio has been robbed, all you are left with are:

    - 3 SM 57's

    - 1 USB microphone

    - Your desktop computer and monitor.

    - 2 headphones and a small headphone amp.

    - an old 4 mic pre interface that you stuffed away in your closet hoping to never see it again, yet reminded you of your younger days as an "aspiring engineer".

    - 2 Auratone reference monitors

    - 2 Yamaha NS 10's

    - Your iLok 2 dongle with Waves Gold Bundle and a Valley People Dynamite Limiter to boot.

    - Pro Tools I-don't-know-what-version-it-is-now.

    Subsequently, a Lounge Metal band shows up at your front door (and without going into any deep semantics), you decide to take on the clientele.

    Clientele are equipped with:

    - 1 Epiphone 6-string guitar with a Line 6 Spider 30 amp

    - 1 B.C rich Warlock Bass Guitar with Hartke 500W amp.

    - A Yamaha drumset. Kick, snare, 3 Tom's, two cymbals, hi-hat, a cowbell and a ride.

    - A guy who has strikingly similar vocal tonality to Frank Sinatra.

    One other caveat:

    The band wants to do live tracking.

    For saving grace, because these robbers couldn't hope to rip off your impeccable acoustic treatment from the walls, your awesome rooms are still perfectly intact.

    You also have a few other resources lying around such as duct tape, blankets and one handmade gobo.

    How would you proceed to tackle this band, Mr. Engineer / Producer? From the recording process, to mixing and mastering.

    RULES:

    1. You cannot deny the glory of Lounge Metal, and you will see this project through to the end.

    Actually, that's the only rule.

    And... Let the comments begin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Murphy View Post
    The reason I keep goingbin circles is because you guys keep missing the point of the audio with 384,000 samples in one second being more clear than the audio with 96,000 samples in one second.
    It's not clearer, it just theoretically could capture sound three octaves higher than you could possibly hear while using eight times more hard drive space than is necessary. But since you're the expert, why don't you go solve your own problem? Why would you need our help?

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    i do listen, but is physivally impossinle for a computer to recreate a saw or square wave. I here it everytime I turn my analog synth on. It is physically impossible. In real life the sound is infinatly close to each other from +1v to -1v with no time in between the space. But with computers this is physically impossible. You have to go one pixel or sample forward to get this.


    i haveistened to everything that has been posted and only abkut 20 percent of what has been posted here is accual information. And if you listen to this accual information it backs up whT Is am saying. Not all music can be recreated as samples translated into varying sign waves. A lot of music is more complex. I have posted enough evidence to disprove this 384k digital audio is only for revording 384000hz sound samples nonsense because digital audio can not duplicate all audio with just +1 +50 -11 +34.... Thats all digital is. In real life there are infinate possibilities. That is why 768k audio is the future because it will enable the musician to be twice as creative than with 384k audio.


    Digital cant even do triangle. I just played a triangle key on a dsi prophet rev2 and I have never heard anything from a computer sounding that sharp. it comes to such a perfect sharp tria gle point that computers just dont do.


    It seems you guys focused so hard on spelling things correctly and making everything perfect ylu forgot what good music accualy sounds like.
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    Audio does not have infinite possibilities. It can't. Any "detail" that would exist between samples would be above the frequency that you could hear.

    Also, speakers can't reproduce perfect square waves... It takes time for the cone to travel from full forward to full backward. The slew rate of the speaker is a much bigger problem for a square wave than any digital reconstruction issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snow lizard View Post
    Not sure if this is the same Ryan Murphy or not, but I found this elsewhere on the net. The picture looks like the same guy.
    Naa...the guy you found can spell and construct coherent sentences.


    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Murphy View Post
    As far as out of tune and distortiong goes???? Some people pay big money for that stuff.


    Well then...judging by your music samples...you're going to be a rich man any day now...soon...no really, the check is in the mail.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Murphy View Post
    That is why 768k audio is the future because it will enable the musician to be twice as creative than with 384k audio.
    How..???...because 768 is twice 384?


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    I vote for banning this idiot and deleting this thread. It doesn't matter if he's a troll or a moron, the damage this thread does to the integrity of the forum is the same.

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    Well my point is I hear stuff on those 384k 4 track tape recordings that I dont hear on the 96k ones. So the argument of we dont need 192k audio because we can't hear past 88.3khz is just wrong to me.

    That is why I have to drive this over simplified point across of 384 being greater than 96. Because mathmatically it is. Also in digital auidio it is.

    I play a 192khz audio file over a 96khz orb48khz resolution adc, I will hear less than through a 192khz adc.... Similarily if I compress a 192khz to say 48khz it will usually distort (not always in a bad way) the music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bouldersoundguy View Post
    I vote for banning this idiot and deleting this thread. It doesn't matter if he's a troll or a moron, the damage this thread does to the integrity of the forum is the same.
    I don't disagree....but I'm leaning with Jimmy...this could be fun...maybe let it run until it turns into a dumpster fire.

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