On Fri, 2010-07-16 at 12:19 +0200, Arnold Krille wrote:
That's the reason for my signature.
Ignore the ironical question, but the sentence about he metal palates in
the vacuum is a serious ironical statement.
No doubt about your argument regarding to esoteric audio cables, but
timing issues are something that aren't measurable.
A friend has got Huntington's disease, he does very good compositions,
but he isn't able to play those rock songs. His timing is bad, for me
and I'm sure for you too, but for him there are no timing issues.
There is no objective valid timing fluctuation. The musical savant next
door might be much more sensitive than I'm, regarding to the groove, I
don't know ... I guess there doesn't live a musical savant next door,
perhaps I'm this savant ;).
Anyway, forget about my assumptions about ms of jitter. I'm fine with
the C64, Atari ST and all those stand alone sequencers from the 80ies. I
tested did it, but I'm sure I'll be able to hear hear the difference to
my Linux computer ... not when listening to all MIDI instruments played
alone at the same time, but when listening to MIDI instruments + audio
I don't care about my neighbours who might be unable to notice a bad
timing, resp. broken groove.
I try to get a home studio equipment, just for my pleasure.
It's not neutral science, it has to fit to my needs.
Is it possible to get an audible difference between white noise and
transposed white noise?
Somewhere in the vacuum I mislaid my endless sized metal plates.
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