Given that most people can't hear so many frequencies above 20kHz anyways, I've never understood the exact arguments for using sampling rates above 48kHz. At 48kHz, I understand that it is easier to ...
Some time ago, I did a project where the solo guitarist was sitting in a different location. I uploaded rough down mixes to guitarist, who would load the files into his DAW software, record his guitar ...
I am completing a school project on distributed computing. I have been granted access to a Blue Gene super computer to run an algorithm to create static Mandelbrot set images. I have the algorithm ...
If I record a sound at a rate of 8,000 samples per second, I know that the highest frequency that can be reproduced from the sound is 4000Hz. What I want to know is: If the sound contains frequencies ...
Why must a sample rate by at least twice a frequency in order to reproduce that frequency accurately?
I read this: To reproduce a given frequency, the sample rate must be at least twice that frequency. Why is this so?
I was wondering how accurate frequencies do PC speakers produce. I'm talking about the old small things in computer that usually beep. I used the beep linux command to generate some frequencies. But ...