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How do I build a studio in an old ‘01 Chevy single cab?

TL;DR: You're better off learning how to plan your time and working on your networking skills. I'm from the UK so I had to go and look up what a Chevy Silverado Single Cab actually was. Having seen ...
7HzResearch's user avatar
2 votes

Why is there a 19.9 kHz tone in mobile digital recordings?

This 19.8kHz tone is usually produced by emergency audio systems, at least in my case (modern office building in Prague). It's purpose is to comply with EN 54-16 standard which dictates that every ...
Pavel Cimbal's user avatar
1 vote

Why is there a 19.9 kHz tone in mobile digital recordings?

Sources for such a tone are DC/DC converters (these days, a whole lot of switching power supplies are likely candidates) and heating valves. CRT monitors are no longer en vogue so probably not ...
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1 vote
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Recording stereo audio on an iPhone using an adapter

NO. The TRRS connector on an iPhone (or any other brand of phone, for that matter) supports only MONO microphones. If you want to record stereo (or more channels) then you must use an external sound ...
Richard Crowley's user avatar
1 vote

Phones mini-usb to record stereo

There are many solutions to recording stereo (or "dual mono" if you wish) through the USB port into a phone or tablet or computer. You did not state a budget, but this looks pretty good to me.... ...
Richard Crowley's user avatar
1 vote

Phones mini-usb to record stereo

Connecting the two microphones by means of the Y adaptor will connect the microphones electrically, so it may work up to a point (depending on the microphones), but: You will only be able (at best) ...
José David's user avatar

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