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  1. Does nobody else has a an opinion? I just want you to share your opinion, thats it. There is no Voodoo things here. Hear or not hear...
  2. Hi James, It's always nice with full description! BTW, it's not my recording. You will be surpriced what i have done with it. Does anybody else dare to comment?
  3. Rather one with "Cohones" Surpriced that after 50 views there is only one reply... there is no Voodoo thing here and i'm aware that every human hear and listen differently. Just want to see if anybody else hear or not the same i do. Common guys!
  4. I have made a test of a file that i have found on the net (it's for science) so please don't sue me if it's yours or at least wait until i explain why i did it. Wondering if you hear or feel any differance between those samples? If you do, please try to describe it as good as you can. Let us know even if you don't hear any differance. Relax and Enjoy! qw1.MP3 qw4.mp3 qw5.mp3
  5. I guess there is no reason for me to record higher than 24bit/24bit float unless the 32bit float give advantage when edit. To be clear, i will try to avoid studios that use PT and Cubase/Nuendo. Never heard Logic though... I hope to find "quality" studio that mix/reamp/master with Samplitude or Sequoia. Does anybody tried "Each take in a new file" and then use OMF/AAF for transport to other DAW?? Something happens with audio quality during Bounce&mixtofile therfore i'm into OMF thing...
  6. What is this colour that you speak of? Might have to use pt for some project. I have used Cubase and PTLE for few months and compared to (sceptical) Samplitude, Cubase sounds kinda compressed/squashed and PT adds a character i'am not a fan of. Like Neve to Millennia. I even hear a diff between Samp 10 and 11
  7. Ok, thanks. Isn't there any benefit of 32bit float when editing?
  8. I heard something somewhere about protools not being able to handle 32 bit float waves. I could be mistaken. PT would add the "colour" i try to avoid for reamp/mix and mastering. Can Logic handle 32bit float and how is the sound quality compared to Samp/Seq? Anybody?
  9. ....or maybe is recording in 32/32bit even better for transport to other DAW? Thanks
  10. Before i start seriously recording anything i have few questions that some of you may help me out with... My idea of using Samp is to recording tracks myself and then export for reamp and mix. Please be patience First of all, should i set it to "Each Rec take in a new file" cos...?... Samp is set as 32bit float as default which i will not "use" for mix or so. Therefore i'm thinking of 24/24bit float to avoid unneccessary convertion (incl. Bounce or Mix to File). Just copy files from Samp (explorer) then import in other DAW. Is OMF helpful then? One think to consider is that i may want to edit/cut/paste the takes but no effects will be used. Will 32bit float give any advantages then? Economy H/W mode was my first thought to rec with but after reading about sound changes using different engines and buffers i'm now confused what to use...??? It may sound charming with harmonics on Hybrid but cleaner and accurate on economy. Should i use Hybrid for acoustic gtr and Economy for El gtr Di signal that will be reamped? If bounce option is the one to use then no Dither and 24bit resolution (no 32bit float) is the way to go, right? Greatful for all help, Dan
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