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    Higher Bitrates - not exactly an article

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    Interesting discussion about advantages (or not) of using higher bitrates when recording. Nearly all 53 posts are worth the read - some nice contributions.

    Converting to Higher Bitrates??....we goofed.
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    yeah I like to re-read that one now and then. its full of brain bargain and marketing hype confusion...Ethan brings it home with his "Do It Yourself" test....great...

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    Zoom H4n vs Zoom H5 vs Tascam DR-40

    I was checking out some field recorders when I found this blog with a nice comparison utilizing several external mics as well. I actually googled "Zoom H5 vs Tascam DR-40" and wound up here. I singled out the DR-40 mainly because it does not use a jog wheel - I've found Tascam's jog wheels lacking.

    Audio Test: Zoom H5 vs. Zoom H4n vs. Tascam DR-40 – Sam Mallery
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    Piano VI audio clips for compare before you purchase. Pretty basic stuff and if at all possible I would always say demo yourself first but this could help folks get started on their search. Virtual Piano Shootout – with Sound Samples - inSync | Sweetwater
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    Custom manipulation of room acoustics..?

    What if you could line the surfaces of your studio with something that would allow you to manipulate the room's reflections - say, using something similar to Reaper's ReaEQ?

    Though this isn't what these are being designed for (yet), it is the first application I thought of when I read about them.

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    Wow. This one is really cool. Don't forget to read the posts at the end. Also check out the vintage photos. This one is dripping with good stuff.

    8 Famous Guitar Tones That Were Recorded Straight Into | Reverb News
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    Quote Originally Posted by spantini View Post
    Wow. This one is really cool. Don't forget to read the posts at the end. Also check out the vintage photos. This one is dripping with good stuff.

    8 Famous Guitar Tones That Were Recorded Straight Into | Reverb News
    The solo in Another Brick In The Wall pt 2 is prob one of my top 3 fav solos all-time. Thnx for posting

    Also, I knew about Nirvana, but I didn't think they'd include it in there. Cool that they did.
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    And... it's always nice to read more on David Bowie's sounds. When he passed several years ago, NPR aired a long interview in which he details some of the techniques he used in the studios to get certain sounds and atmospheres.

    David Gilmore is very expressive with his guitar - like it's his third arm.
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    Manipulate your DI'd track

    This isn't too deep, but it does have several good examples.

    Creatively Manipulating Guitar DI
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