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groovesalad
posté dim. 21 juil. 2002, 06:49
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I am very new to macs and I'm trying to use my Powerbook G4 to record live music. I am buying the UA-5 ( http://www.edirol.com/products/info/ua5.html ) so that I can obtain 24/96 recordings. I taped my first show just the other day with only the internal soundcard and a digital soundboard feed with Peak 3.01. For some reason, after 75 minutes of recording, it recorded what sounded like a broken record. I patched off of someone elses DAT and he checked his recording and everything came out fine. So something was wrong on my end. I still haven't figured out how it recorded a skip.

Does anyone have any ideas for recording software that will do 24 kHz at 96 bit/sec rate and be VERY stable? Thanks again.
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posté mar. 23 juil. 2002, 03:03
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Hmm… do you really need 96? 24/44 should be okay, if you're new to all that, it doesn't make sense to record at 96 without the spec accorded facility. Also, there should be a chance that at 44 the conversion could be better. 24/96 is really for high end system, not for home studio.

I don't know if it's that, but you can try, and you'll save drive space. smile.gif

48 will be a bad idea, as conversion between 48 and 44 is a tricky thing. If you can read french we have a long thread that tries to go deeper than my few words on this issue.

Check that already, someone else has an idea ? huh.gif


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posté mar. 23 juil. 2002, 05:28
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Know anything really stable for 16/24? I'm kinda wanting something like Cool Edit Pro ( PC ) for macs...know any programs out there like that?
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posté mar. 23 juil. 2002, 06:31
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tc spark is solid as a rock for stereo. logic is the same for multitrack AND now has powr dithering for superior results. cool.gif
in my opinion, 24bit IS necassary for "live" music. ie, "bands". rolleyes.gif


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groovesalad
posté mar. 23 juil. 2002, 13:13
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spark 2.5 and logic 5.0 platinum?
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posté mar. 23 juil. 2002, 16:31
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i have the same problem recording audio through the mbox on my tibook running 9.2. after approx 60 minutes the audio get's crackeld up. sounds like some kind of an ugly digital distortion. have no idea what causes it though. : angry.gif
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posté mer. 24 juil. 2002, 14:26
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Bixpender… and groovesalad… I want to be sure for Goovesalad… are you talking about OS X or 9, Bixpender you are OT, but the solution may be common…

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posté mer. 24 juil. 2002, 22:28
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OS X
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posté jeu. 25 juil. 2002, 22:16
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spark is solid as a rock on x, there IS a free version you can download.
logic won't work under x currently, will do soon and IS VERY stable under 9.2, is also now owned by apple of course, so should be good under x.
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gsendmarged
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I would like to record live music played on the grand piano. I need to know what type of equipment I need, hardware AND software. Not too expensive, less than $500.


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