Re: R-1 Portable - Tape Wormth


Subject: Re: R-1 Portable - Tape Wormth
mkober@sfu.ca
Date: Sun Mar 27 2005 - 13:34:26 EST


('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) ummm..

The idea that listening to mp3s contributes somehow to hearing loss is a
myth. , and an absurd one at that..
unless of course, your headphones were too loud.

matt

On Sat, 26 Mar 2005 07:23:56 -0800 (PST) cec-conference@concordia.ca wrote:
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> - There is no temptation to listen to mp3s whilst
> travelling around etc which over the years has
> contributed to some hearing loss when I used to record
> on an mp3/.wav recorder/player. May the gods have
> mercy on the i-pod generation..
>
> Subsequently, I convert the signal to digital using
> the firewire connection on a DAC-100 (less than 100
> canadian in singapore) box which converts any analog
> audiovisual signal to digital or vice versa.
>
> For discrete recording and value for money, they dont
> come much smaller than the 512 meg Creative
> Technologies mp3 player range. The sound quality is
> somewhat sketchy, but that sketchyness could be arty
> particulalry after reverb processing. The encoding
> input could be used by some type of active microphone,
> in addtion to the built in microphone.
>
> Also, anyone who has hearing loss / music perception
> type experience, research etc which would make
> interesting television. Then please contact
> marie@autonomi.tv
> www.autonomi.tv are developing a programme featuring
> Adrian Sherwood (on-u sound system) about music and
> hearing loss.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Innes A. Park
>
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