*I am all for 24 bit digital audio, but don't know if it makes a difference if i digitize vinyl to a 24/192 resolution or a CD quality one
I have Audacity and have access to Pro Tools at the school where i work
...do those noise removal tools really work? Do i lose much music by doing that?
I'm from Baja California, Mexico so a good company in San Diego or LA that offers those services and attends to those issues i have with the transferring process is a quick drive away, so i´m fine if some of you guys can recommend me one of those
Or, a spectrograph from a vinyl recording often shows high frequencies beyond the capability of CD. But, it's usually just noise
Hope you Vinyl guys can help me out with this one,I have about 10 vinyl-only recordings by Pearl Jam and sort of want to know what recommendations you guys would give in order to achieve the best possible results, within a budget of course, for digitizing their music. Have enough money for a pair of Grado headphones and a Woo audio amp connected to a 24/192 capable sound card on a purpose built computer, but not enough to buy one of those $3000 "audiophile" turntables and a $1000 preamp just to digitize 10 records, some of them singles. Hope you guys can help me with these issues:<snip>
Well, that is what i would prefer, since i´m not really a vinyl guy and i know that having vinyl being digitized to quality standards takes a lot of money and it just doesn't seem worth it, specially for just 10 or so records. kinda hard to find someone that can do that kind of service, specially in good old Mexico.
My 24/96 vinyl flacs sound better than cd ripped flacs of the same songs.