posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 04:24 AM
reply to post by cRiTiC
I think what OP is saying is that ADAT's runs up to 24 separate tracks.
If you import to a computer with Protools ( or the like ) you can give can convert each track to audio to its own track on the computer. Hopefully
all the tracks still being in original sync with the ADAT. The program then creates a grid from minute, seconds, mil sec. and or on a sampling level.
Basically you can "see" the sound
These audio tracks then can be played one by one, you can zoom in on the audio it self
like each vibration of each sound and scrutinize the hell out of it... You can also watch
the source signals,,, Fades, cuts and other miracles of editing... You can also boost certain frequencies on one track and silence all the other
Protools is about $350.00 the SOUND CARD (hardware) is also necessary to process so many tracks at once,,, this of it like a pipeline,,, the better
sound card is like a wider pipe... kinda... plus bit rate = quality...
Well I hope our guy come thru with some goodness fresh from the sheeple war room !
My people here did not share their 3302.2MB source.... !@#$!$!@#$#!$#@$
I would have it up within 24...