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How can I record frequencies from 0.1 to 20 Hz?

A webcam mic is going to be nowhere near good enough to record infrasound. Most mics, good or bad, aim to capture sound between 20Hz & 20KHz [the approximate absolute limits of human hearing]. The ...
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How can I record frequencies from 0.1 to 20 Hz?

If you want to save some money and do it yourself you might try suspending a membrane of some sort, like a piece of paper or plastic, and attaching an accelerometer to it. A quick search found the ...
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How can I record frequencies from 0.1 to 20 Hz?

This is not a direct answer to your question. What you need is not a direct answer because in order to carry out your intentions successfully you will need to know exactly what you are doing. ...
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Can I set a timer to auto record with an 744T?

The 744T user guide mentions : The 744T is equipped with a record start and stop timer. This allows a user to record a take at a specific time from an unattended recorder. Set the start time in the ...
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PA System Setup

There are several variations and it is not possible to answer this as a simple, generic question. Most speakers have built-in crossovers for 2-way or 3-way (or even 4-way) systems. And, of course, ...
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How can I record frequencies from 0.1 to 20 Hz?

What you are looking for is a seismograph
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What is the name of this device?

Looks like an Avid S1. Fader control surface or DAW controller would be some general search terms.
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Mad scientist: How to cancel out hum of known amplitude from signal of unknown amplitude?

For there to be any chance of 'subtraction' to work, there must be a phase-relationship between the two signals, which there is not likely to be in any of the cases you suggest. To understand why ...
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Share your experiences with USB Audio Interfaces (Specifically Behringer and Steinberg)

Most USB devices use the standard USB audio device driver, as they all conform to the USB Audio standard. Behringer has a cohort of haters out there that spend all their time not making music and just ...
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Is there a device that confines the sound in the surroundings of the mouth or face

There's a product called ISOVOX 2 that surrounds the head to be portable to record in any environment: https://isovoxbooth.com/?v=79cba1185463 You might want to check that out. Be warned though, it'...
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How much sound quality will I lose using a headphone which works only with frequencies above 80Hz?

The spectrum below 80Hz (generally called the sub-bass) will contain, at most, the thump kick drum and the fundamental frequencies/rumble of some bass notes, at least in the genres you mention. In ...
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Building a flexible, multi-channel setup with direct monitoring on a low budget

First of all I'd say that 200$ is a bit short considering you need a microphone too. If you set 150$ for an audio interface and 100$ for a mic then I think you'll find some pretty good solutions. ...
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How can I record frequencies from 0.1 to 20 Hz?

Cheap and DIY way would be piezo disk with somekind of accelerator set up wired up to high impedance input amplifier. Get a cheap hand recorder powered via large power bank to eliminate power grid/pc ...
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SD 702 or Mixpre-D field recording upgrade path

I use a Mix-pre into a Nagra Mezzo. It works well and is very portable. With a pair of DPA 4060's I can pack it into a case and take it anywhere. I've not owned 702 before, so can't comment ...
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Used Gear / recorders - When is "too old"?

I'm not sure if there is a sounddevices forum where you could ask these kinds of questions, since they're rather brand related. You could check on: jwsoundgroup.net/index.php?/forum/16-equipment/ ...
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How crucial is recording with timecode?

I'd say jam if you can. It really depends on what sort of thing you are shooting and how good slate discipline is on set! I think for your film you will be fine-and if you dont have the gear they cant ...
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