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Amateur Recording
How to Get Quality Recordings in the Field

      As computing power increases, the number of low cost applications on the market continues to grow, and the functionality of such applications continues to expand. Right now, audio applications are finally coming into their own. Powerful digital signal processing (DSP) software is now available at affordable prices for Pentium and PowerPC machines. For a relatively small investment, one can easily build a good home sound studio for processing audio for stand-alone or multimedia applications. However, the equipment alone is not enough ensure high-quality results. Listed below is a set of tips to help enthusiasts to acheive satisfying results with collecting and processing recordings made in the field and on a budget:

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