I'm considering designing a DSD256 or DSD512 A/D converter, however, before doing so I'd like to know if there's any software available for editing such files (at a reasonable price level) ... Any of you know if such software exists and what it's called?
Thanks for any insights about...
Tascam has released a free program designed to convert and edit hi-res DSD: DSF, DSDIFF, and PCM/.Wav files.
I don't know anything about it - I've downloaded it to see what potential benefits it might have for me - but I haven't actually used it yet, so don't kill the messenger. I'm posting...
Antelope Audio is the next big bang in pro audio. thumb
I started following Antelope Audio a few years back and recently tested out, then bought the new Orion 32 for my hybrid summing system. From what I'm personally hearing, I just saw this article posted by hummingbirdmedia...
Finally ordered the Korg MR2000SBK. Should be here in a few weeks. If you are using this already, or want to discuss it, please chime in :)
My current set-up will be:
DAW: Sequoia 12 > DA x 16> MixDream>Dangerous Master>MR2000SBK.
Hi recording people,
I've been looking at the Korg MR-1000 for some time now to be used for portable recording purposes. It's a couple of years old by now, though, so was wondering if a better alternative has appeared? Sample rate is very important such as the 5.6 MHz 1-bit recording rate of...
I'm in the market for a good digital stereo recorder in the 1500€ range.
I plan to record mainly solo classical grand piano in live environment (Auditoriums, Theatres, Churchs ecc.).
I'll use it with a matched Schoeps CMC5 MK21 pair.
I'm considering Tascam HD-P2, Fostex FR-2 and...
is this possible? say a sonoma or pyramix DSD capable PCI card to be used with the pro tools on screen software editor and its plugins involved? or is there some kind of strict communication between the two?
It appears that Sony and Phillips are at it again, with the new DSD format. Can anyone tell me what the implications are here? Are we all going to have to re-tool our studios to keep up with this technology? It seems to be rolling right over all the PCM technology advances that have been made....
So does anyone have any suggestions about a non-hernia, bad ass, two track reel-to-reel for less (hopefully way less) than $14k? I was wondering what people used to use back in the day for stereo Classical recording in the field (in the days before dat)... I already have two...