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Question: What do you think about recording at higher sample rates like 96 kHz vs. 44,1 kHz and could you please explain any advantages of higher sample rates?
Asked by Tobi (77.22.254.x) on June 14 2018, 10:42pm
Reply on June 15 2018, 2:20am:
    I look at digitization of audio as if it were representing the analog signal exactly, as long as the frequencies are within the range of the nyquist frequency of the sample rate, not clipping, and high enough to not run into the noise floor... As such, I don’t think the sample rate matters much as long as it’s high enough to catch the frequencies of the thing being recorded.
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