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Old 01-25-2002, 08:27 PM
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Default HD and the future of sound

I can't wait too record some bass tracks at 192k. After I comp.the perfect part I'll
put on my favorite pluggs {including lofi}
and I know it will sound just great.

Of course, I'll be the only one that will ever "hear" the difference. And, everyone will ask me "wow, what did you use on that bass".

I'll just smile as I drive around in my car listening to a mix on a CD that was bumped
down to 44k.

Who new, 192k - 148k = 44k. Of course will have to take into consideration my lofi roll-off.

The bounces will take longer but it will all be worth it becuase of the good feeling I'll get from the 192 vibe. Add a cool ride with a hip sound system and a Starbucks americano, and all my dreams will come to life.

Now if we can just get all the singers to sing in tune all the time, and record them through a mic that has a dynamic range of 192K we would be able to ask the most important question of them all:

What would have Elvis and the Beatles sounded like at 192K?

Will never know, will we?

Or is that why God has given us 192K?

To infinity and beyond.

Robocop
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Old 01-25-2002, 09:13 PM
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I've always wondered.... what could Mozart have done with Samplers and DAW's?
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Old 01-25-2002, 09:26 PM
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Hello Brad:

MUCH worse!!!

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Old 01-26-2002, 05:30 AM
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HOW THE HECK CAN I WRITE THIS SYMPHONY WHEN THE DANG CD-ROM DOOR WON'T OPEN!!!!! YOU WANTED THAT OPERA THIS MONTH?? WELL GET ME A COMPUTER THAT WORKS DANG IT!!!

Yeah.... I think you're right hahaha
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