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Re: Record Industry Decline
On Jul 5, 2007, at 5:02 PM, Travis Hartnett wrote:
> I believe that was actually DAT recorders that were to have the notch.
When DAT machines were introduced as a consumer product, they were
introduced with a fixed sample rate of 48k so that people could not
make digital clones of CDs which are 44.1k. Film and TV post houses
adopted 48k as a new pro standard (probably because the 48k only
machines were cheaper) causing hell and confusion for people in the
audio industry. Pro DAT machines could work at either sample rate.
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> On 7/5/07, bill bigrig <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Does anyone remember the big battle to notch the
>> frequency of CDs to disallow duplication? One more
>> example of record company greed.