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17 Jun, 2021

Do Higher Bit Depth and Sample Rate Mean Anything in Real World?

What microphone picks up is a wave of continuous analog information. In order to store it on computer, it has to be converted into a wave of digital information. The better a computer samples the analog info, the more accurate reproduction of your voice is. And the accuracy is determined by two variables: bit depth (bit rate) and sample rate. Bit depth (bit...

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27 Aug, 2019

How to Make An Acoustic Treatment on A Budget?

Do you get complaint from teammate about your delay sound? Do you need to reduce echo for podcast or vocal recording? If you don’t have tons of money to turn your room into studio booth, will just a blanket work?   Before we get into that, let’s find out why reverb happens. When you speak into a microphone, no matter...

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24 Jul, 2019

How to Use A Wireless System Flawlessly?

A few thing you may want to be aware of if you want to get the best out of a wireless system for your gig. 1.Bad battery choices Low voltage brings up problem, like cutouts, dropouts or distortion. So it is important to choose batteries for more stable voltage output instead of battery life, which makes the alkaline or lithium one-time-used batteries a...

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20 Jul, 2019

How to Fix Humming of A Speaker or A Headphone

Humming and buzzing in an audio system is usually caused by ground loop. There could be exception, like the broken circuit or a damaged microphone capsule. But ground loop explains most of the buzzing cases. Ground loop causes buzzing!  Having the ground is always the starting point when setting up an audio system. It is essential for safety reason and...

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12 Jul, 2019

How to Place A Wireless Receiver

One of the common problems that cause dropouts is antenna placement. The antennas for the wireless system are buried in the back of or under a rack. Then the metal will reflect the wireless signal. Or the receiver is placed in a closet or under a table, where it is not in line of sight with transmitter. It will compromise the signal that receiver can pick...

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