Wednesday, April 12, 2006

New Song Recording

I wanted to test my new computer with sound recording, so I did one today. I have the hardest time getting it into a 44.1kHz format without having speed issues. It didn't make sense to me. But eventually I got it into a working MP3 format by going around the traditional methods. You can download the song here. Try to see if you recognize it without looking at the name of the song!

1 comment:

PorpoiseMuffins said...

Yeah, converting down to 44.1 can be a pain. I recommend recording at 44.1 24-bit. You really won't notice a difference, and you'll save a lot of disk space. 24bit/44.1 khz seems to be a popular standard these days, since it is fairly simple to dither down from 24 to 16 bit when you wan't to put your recording on CD, and 24-bit offers you more processing "headroom" when using effects during the mixing process.