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11-19-2010 10:00 AM
Thx for the advice :thu:
But I also have a few songs the use 8-strings(low F, Drop E, etc) would this harmonica you linked to work for that?
and are their any cheaper ones? $32 seems kinda step for a harmonica, would they have what I need at a wal-mart or similar outlet store?
It needs to be studio quality too, 44hz, etc
11-19-2010 10:18 AM
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11-19-2010 01:25 PM
Do they have these in 96khz or 192khz sound quality?
11-19-2010 03:06 PM
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11-19-2010 11:35 PM
Alright I think I am going to look for an A minor to start with..Do they have these in 96khz or 192khz sound quality?
11-20-2010 06:21 AM
As for recording your harp, the sample rate it gets recorded at will be tied to the sample rate of your interface (if you're recording straight to computer) and you can mic up an amped harmonica just like any guitar or bass amp. Just ensure to isolate properly so you don't unleash any hellish feedback
11-20-2010 06:27 AM
If you're going to change harps to go with the key changes in the song, make sure that the harps were made from the same batch. Although most people won't notice it, you run the risk of introducing phase cancellation effects, if the harps were manufactured out of phase. I think the only way to be sure is to test them side by side on an o-scope. You will either see the sine wave in or out of phase and it will be quite obvious. Just my two cents.
11-20-2010 07:57 AM
11-20-2010 08:51 AM
I think you should get one of those new troll-o-matic subatomic harps with a digital negative feedback loop and asynchronous nuclear induction accumulation filter.
They come in pink or green.
11-20-2010 05:10 PM
Acoustic instruments aren't sampled. Your Hz rating is unimportant on any acoustic instrument as they don't have a sample rate. If you want "pro quality," spend the money on a good set of harmonicas, a good microphone, and a good interface for use with your computer. And practice a ton. It sounds to me like you missed something when you bought your first guitar.
are you sure about that? I think when I first started playing guitar someone told me it was rated at 22hz and it did sound pretty cheap, I bought a newer guitar last summer and I think it's like 96hz right out of the box, no computer needed and sounds way better than my old guitar. unless I am missing something :confused:
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