Shaped White noise problem solved

Discussion in 'Microphones & Recording' started by Hanover_Fist, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. Hanover_Fist

    Hanover_Fist Member

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    Guess my thread got deleted because of lack of replies but just thought I'd let the interested know I solved my problem.

    Here's what a 10 second ride in a rocket would sound like, randomvibe_10seconds01.wav

    components are placed on a big shaker table (it's just a giant woofer:tongue:) and basically do this: Vibration Testing on a Large Shaker at Environment Associates - YouTube


    anyway
    Peace.
     
  2. audiokid

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  3. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Member

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    Where did the threads go? If you hung up your clothes and put them away, you'd know. I hope you're not answering these questions in your birthday suit? It does nothing to add to the clarity of your recordings although you might leave some skidmarks on the control room chair. So go find your threads and get ready for school now... don't make me get angry... 1-2-3 off you go.

    Your other mother
    RADiculous

    (That sounds like a Greek god?)
     

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