Sampling rate and analog source are two different issues. I think if
you've got the space for the 96/24, why not do it? I would.
"Irrigators lead water, fletchers bend arrows, the carpenter bends wood
and the wise tame the self."
On 20-Feb-06, at 1:58 AM, Geeta Jatania wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> Can you explain why it wouldn't be worth digitising cassette to 96/24?
> have some music tracks on cassette that we are currently capturing at
> sample rate.
> Anyway, transferring them now using the best available cassette
> machines makes sense. I would suggest either 44.1/16 or 48/16 is more
> than adequate. I'm doing a project now that may grow where we're
> doing 44.1/16 transfers to live on a file system and then doing MP3s
> at 64 kb/s for access of oral histories.
> Geeta Jatania
> Preservation Officer - Audio
> Preservation Services
> National Archives of Australia
> Locked Bag 4
> CHESTER HILL, NSW 2162
> 02 9645 0145
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