What is 1-bit recording technology?
In a 1-bit system, the audio is recorded at super-high sample rates, commonly 2.8224MHz, and now with the MR-1000, 5.6448 MHz. At thi shigh rate a 1-bit system is able to reproduce frequencies from DC up to 100 KHz, which exceeds all other digital systems and even magnetic tape, which can reproduce up to 50 kHz. At these high rates there is no longer a need for steep filters, which removes a possibly coloring element in the encoding chain.
Because this is not clear in the law, we rely on case law for guidance. Uses that have been found in court not to be infringing are "timeshifting" (recording a broadcast to watch later) and "format-shifting" (moving material from defunct technology to current technology, e.g. recording an LP to mp3).
Technology differs from time to time and place to place. The first hammer can be considered technology. When an ape uses a stick to get ants from an ant hill that can be considered technology. The use of the sail, the compass, and the wheel were all technology and new in their time. As you can see there is no answer to this because man has developed what he needed from thousands of years ago…
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This question is incredibly broad. Dozens and dozens of technology types can be used to improve the recording, editing, timbres, sonorities etc. of music. Probably one of the most common is MIDI technology, which allows you to build tunes with a limited set of instruments to play on any system that has a MIDI interpreter. And that's just software you can download.
Traces of Mayan civilization have been found 1700 BC. This is the only American Civilization which started recording their history that's why we can trace back how technology impacted them. They specialized in developing giant buildings and geographic settings. Stone technology can truly be referred to Mayans. Mainly Mayans utilized technology for agriculture, irrigation and construction tasks.
There are so many technologies that have been overcome by event that a single answer is impossible. One technology that no longer meets peoples needs would be 8-track tape. Another obsolete technology would be the grahmophone. The chisel and stone tablets for writing/recording history? Scrolls as books?
One can find more information about recording music on Recording Connection. Getting a record deal is difficult but recording ones music is easy. With today's technology there are so many places one can spread the word on ones voice, including uploading videos to You Tube. Then look up a decent Music Studio to get the songs or album recorded professionally and make sure they have the latest equipment for the best sounds.
A camcorder is a portable consumer electronics device for recording video and audio using a built-in recorder unit. The camcorder contains both a video camera and a video recorder in one unit, hence its compound name. This compares to previous technology where an acquisition and recording devices would be separate.
If we analyze todays song recording technology then we will come to know that path of every singer are digitally mixed how?
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It can change from 130k p.a to an annual 400k p.a so depending on the size of the studio and which cliantel thay appeal 2 ,wheather it's corparation's or genral public but anishaly when entering this market the most costly thing is recording technology but that rarly is updated,so it's a very reasanable market.
Which is more important in determining the quality of a sound recording--the microphone or the recording unit?
The microphone. Because it is the gateway to your recording, your recording can be only as good as your microphone allows. While both are important, it is possible to get a good recording from a great microphone and poor recording unit, but the best recording unit can make only a poor recording from a poor microphone.
over time, the list of things producers and recording artists have been able to do has grown with the amount of technology that is now available. It is easier to make recordings sound crisper, and to make changes like autotuning. Before this technology was available, being a popular singer required more talent (in my opinion anyway) because their voices couldn't be changed to sound like something they weren't. hope that is helpful(:
Something you have recorded is called a "recording". Some people refer to it as a "reproduction" or even a "tape" (today, technology has changed and audiotape or videotape are often replaced by digital technology, but the old term 'tape' is still used as a way of saying you are being recorded). If you are in radio, we call it an "actuality" and on TV, we refer to it as a "sound bite."
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