Recording Studio Sydney samples rates are a big part of music. In developing an audio sound for computers or telecommunication, the sample rate is the number of samples of a sound that are taken per second to represent the event digitally.
The more samples taken per second, the more accurate the digital representation of the sound can be. For example, the current sample rate for CD-quality audio is 44,100 samples per second. This sample rate can accurately reproduce the audio frequencies up to 20,500 hertz covering the full range of human hearing.
Recording Studio Sydney: Are high sample rates better?
The higher the sample rate, the higher the spectrum of sound that can be captured at the source. They say that the average human being in a recording studio Sydney can only here frequencies up to 20000 Hz. Since 44,100 samples per second is enough to cover up to 20,500 hertz then it could be said that 44,100 is more than enough in a recording studio sydney.
But what about the frequencies we feel? 20,000 Hz and above may not be audible to us but every frequencies produces its own geometric pattern. This can be demonstrated with a Cladni plate. So if all frequencies produce their own geometric pattern then it follows that that geometric vibrational pattern would also vibrate with a part of us. Even if we don’t hear it with our ears. I believe the higher frequencies interact with other frequencies contained within the human being such as our life energy or “Chi” as they call it in the east.
As a Sound Healer I am very interested in capturing frequencies above the audible frequencies. I know that when I do my performances there are definitely frequencies being produced that can’t be heard. I also know that those frequencies are able to be felt. They have an effect. It follows that if higher sample rates can capture more of those subtle frequencies that have an effect then it would be of great benfit to capture them using a high sample rate. A great thing to experiment with in a recording studio sydney.
Here is a great recording studio sydney video showing the geometrical patterns created by frequencies.