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Finally, music we can buy in 768 khz sampling rates.

Sound Liaison

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Hi theRealdotnet:) Frans and Isaac Newton never thought about resemblance, but I do have to admit that I on some session doubted Frans' sanity when he was placing microphones differently or using way fewer microphones than what I have seen other engineers do, but hearing the result he has so far always been right.
 

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768 Khz sample rate, I guess great news for the dolphins and bats lol
by the way i found this "the greater wax moth has hearing capable of sensing high-frequency sound up to 300 kHz. This exceeds even bats (who can hear up to 250 kHz) and dolphins (who can hear up to around 160 kHz)"

One more thing: the reason this moth needs that high frequency hearing; to avoid being eaten by bats, haha, nature is amazing
 
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Kijanki

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Yes, proper 768 khz music. From Sound Liason which does make very high quality recordings. I'm not aware of commercial offerings at this rate before though maybe I just missed a few. Alas it is only 24 bit instead of proper 32 bit recording.
Perhaps I can interest you in brand new design, I'm working on? It is next generation computer keyboard, allowing to type up to 1 million words per minute.
 
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Perhaps I can interest you in brand new design, I'm working on? It is next generation computer keyboard, allowing to type up to 1 million words per minute.
I'm all in if you can upgrade my mind to rationally output 1 million words per minute.
 

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One more thing: the reason this moth needs that high frequency hearing; to avoid being eaten by bats, haha, nature is amazing
... and things like this are what led me to become a life scientist. :cool:
 

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Little known fact - the bias residual is how the examiners determined that the Watergate 18 second gap tape was repeatedly erased. Of course politicians aren't nearly so sophisticated so they get caught. If I were in charge of this conspiracy, the authorities would have been confounded to this day. Goes to show you they didn't hire the right person to do their dirty deeds. :cool:
Minor correction: The gap was 18.5 minutes.
 
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