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Well there's a bit of a surprise same

2023-09-11 23:40:03.43713+02 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Well, there's a bit of a surprise: same mic and interface (Zoom H4n built-in), Audacity using 32 bit floats, Logic Pro using whatever it defaults to, it sure seems like Logic sounds a lot better and isn't doing some sort of squelching...

And Logic's EQ to fall off some of the hiss sounds *way* better, even through this MBP's speakers.

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#Comment Re: Well there's a bit of a surprise same made: 2023-09-14 17:02:55.940196+02 by: meuon

Zoom and audio have been my personal pergatory lately. Zoom live performance mode likes 48kHz instead of 44kHz, and sometimes does magic to quiet periods, cranking up the gain real high. Other artifacts come from their phone call in bridge and various carriers and phones codecs. Because some people call in using a land line or mobile into Zoom presentations. Aaaaargh!

#Comment Re: Well there's a bit of a surprise same made: 2023-09-16 15:46:37.399855+02 by: Dan Lyke

And the brand conflation between Zoom the maker of audio electronics devices and Zoom the conferencing software folks makes this even worse....

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