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opinions on this one with dreaded 16 khz stripe

opinions on this one with dreaded 16 khz stripe


tried to upload jpg bbut keep getting error message about database ?

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Old 2005-11-01, 03:58 PM
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just u/l it to imageshack and then use the IMG link in yer post
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opinions on this one with dreaded 16 khz stripe


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Old 2005-11-03, 09:06 AM
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could be a TV source...or, i've seen analogue cassette put "stripes" in...i'll leave further speculation to the others
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could be a TV source...or, i've seen analogue cassette put "stripes" in...i'll leave further speculation to the others

not tv or fm it is a rip from an analouge aud tape so the ripper says !
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Old 2005-11-03, 10:25 AM
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yup, cassette transfers often have a "stripe", sometimes more than one...inherehent in ana cass from what i understand
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yup, cassette transfers often have a "stripe", sometimes more than one...inherehent in ana cass from what i understand


odd because none of mine have this stripe and i do these transfers all day long
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Re: opinions on this one with dreaded 16 khz stripe

usually a stripe like this means its from fm or tv. some ppl can tell exactly by looking at the frequency. the frequency response also seems to indicate this is from a broadcast. on the bright side, it doesn't look lossy. does it sound like a sbd?
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usually a stripe like this means its from fm or tv. some ppl can tell exactly by looking at the frequency. the frequency response also seems to indicate this is from a broadcast. on the bright side, it doesn't look lossy. does it sound like a sbd?
If it really is from a cassette, the problem may be the soundcard used.

Many inexpensive or onboard cards create artifacts in the audible range.
Can be internal clock interference or other induced noise as well. Cheap
cables used between the deck and computer may be poorly shielded and
picking up stray noise also.

You can see this easily by capturing from a blank tape. There is no inherent
"stripe" in a cassette recording.

Hundreds of ways to get noise into an otherwise decent signal.......
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Old 2005-11-03, 12:33 PM
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Re: opinions on this one with dreaded 16 khz stripe

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If it really is from a cassette, the problem may be the soundcard used.

Many inexpensive or onboard cards create artifacts in the audible range.
Can be internal clock interference or other induced noise as well. Cheap
cables used between the deck and computer may be poorly shielded and
picking up stray noise also.

You can see this easily by capturing from a blank tape. There is no inherent
"stripe" in a cassette recording.

Hundreds of ways to get noise into an otherwise decent signal.......


YEA THATS WHAT I SUSPECT AS WELL

SHITTY SOUNDCARD


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Old 2005-11-04, 08:50 AM
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Re: opinions on this one with dreaded 16 khz stripe

I also have a recording with a 16 kHz stripe, but it also has a stripe around 18,5 kHz.

All info about source is:
sbd or broadcast ? > ???? > cd-r > eac > wav > dbpoweramp > flac

Can I savely say this is FM sourced?




PS. I hope it's okay I put it in this thread..
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Re: opinions on this one with dreaded 16 khz stripe

it could be fm or tv

maybe ssamadhi97 can tell which of the two...
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