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8 years ago
I've got a customer who works for a marine research company and records dolphins. They make meaningful sounds all the way up to 40 kHz. He needs to record at 96 kHz.
I wonder what they do with those sounds in order to actually hear them. I suppose they encode them into some type of binary and convert them to a lower frequency or something? Or maybe just use spectral-analysis and don't try to hear them at all.
3 years ago
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