I can hear this difference between 44.1khz and 96khz
Posted on Feb 04, 2006 09:48 pm
Melodic Master Mind
Member Since: Apr 19, 2004
well i was just talking to my self with direct monitoring on my ap2496 and i was just bored and have nothing to do and i was just switching the different sample rates to hear when i hear a big difference, and i can hear the difference between 44.1 and 96khz, i was just going "aahhhhhhhh" to test it, and im using some cheap coby headphones.....well it wasnt a big big big difference, and i dont think i woulda notice the difference a year ago, well cause i didnt notice the difference a year ago.....it sounds more open and detail, like u can actual hear what happening in my thoart lol
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zekthedeadcowEat Spam before it eats YOU!!!Member
Feb 05, 2006 01:08 am just wait until you notice the cymbols washing out on some of your favorite albums :P
Since: May 11, 2002
Noize2uCzar of MidiAdministrator
Feb 05, 2006 08:40 pm Most ears never hear the differance. Our ears, or trained ears can hear the subtle differanct it makes when editing. You will find it especially usefull in doing very fine editing as it allows a more definate sound for example when dragging to hear a pop or odd sound in your track.
Since: Apr 04, 2002
Feb 06, 2006 04:46 am I noticed the diff, between 24/96 & 44.1/16 but anything much higher resolution, I really doubt humans will hear from a consumer perspective. The real value is in the studio, by ultimatley lowering the noise floor, you'll use compression and limiting less as dynamic controllers, and more for augmentation.
Feb 06, 2006 04:25 pm Yeah, there are so many factors that go into the quality of a recording, that attributing things solely to sample rate is kind of ridiculous in my opinion. There are so many other things that are so much more important that will make a much bigger difference. Really, 44.1 is capable of excellent quality.
Feb 16, 2006 01:06 pm 24/48 is what I record in. Only dogs will hear the 24/96 difference :))
Since: Feb 10, 2006
You have to dither down anyway and that only adds unwanted artifacts every time it gets calculated down.
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