Sampling frequency on Radio programmes - Taking it off topic
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Mon Apr 27 10:39:37 PDT 2015
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Kevin Lynch <klynchk at gmail.com> wrote:
> ...He can see the Frequency response on his Digital Audio Workstation
> and he's happy to replace the tonal characteristics as he knows what it
> would have sounded like then.
> I was prompted to think of the philosophical question
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ship_of_Theseus if you change all the parts
> of a ship is it the same ship.
My reaction was more practical, but heading in the same direction. I
thought "Well a Steinway sounds different to a Fazioli, and the same piano
sounds different when played in the RFH than in Wigmore Hall." :-)
So I suspect some measure of 'educated guess' is required on his part,
based on skill and good judgement.
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