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Thread Does anything more than 20Hz to 20kHz matter?

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WaveMaster

WaveMaster

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1 Posted on 11/16/2005 at 19:58:27
Ok, here's my problem.
If human hearing occurs between 20 and 20 KhZ, than why do preamps boast ridiculous stuff like a frequency response of 1hZ-1000KhZ. Does it really matter? Wussup wit dat?
ambientlive

ambientlive

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2 Posted on 11/16/2005 at 20:44:00
Google: harmonics, aliasing, headroom
Have fun :)
stresshead

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3 Posted on 05/21/2006 at 19:32:06
harmonics add colouration to your recording, and, although you technically cant hear them, they will add depth to your recording.
thesparrowband

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4 Posted on 06/03/2006 at 12:07:06
most speakers cant even play above 20khz, so whats the point of putting sound that high?
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