minstrel: Wire strings?
Fred (Flieg) Hollander
flieg at socrates.Berkeley.EDU
Thu Dec 6 12:30:12 PST 2001
At 02:56 PM 12/6/01 -0600, brichard wrote:
>>===== Original Message From "Fred (Flieg) Hollander"
><flieg at socrates.Berkeley.EDU> =====
>>At 11:55 AM 12/6/01 -0600, brichard wrote:
>>>[... playing nearly twin harps, one in brass, one in bronze ...]
>> Woo! Woo! Experiment! Is there likely to be _really_ good recording
>>equipment at this conference? If there is, then maybe you could send the
>>recording to someone to do frequency analysis? (Not that I distrust the
>>subjective analysis; it is critically important to performance. I just want
>>to see the sound analysis to see if it can be correlated to the subjective
>>impression. You can tell that I am a scientist out here in the 21st C.)
>I plan to have at very least a casette recorder with a nasty little mic. I'd
>like to have a better mic by then, though. Someone else who usually makes it
>to these things has a fairly nice mini-disk with the default mic.
>Is any of this sufficient?
Um, not for the analysis I had in mind. For that you would want studio-
quality mikes and tape, if not better. I had no idea what the nature
of the conference was; it might have had such things ready. Actually you
could probably do some analysis from a record made on a fast computer using
a decent mike attached to a decent sound-card and some program like
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