On 03/17/2014 12:27 PM, Benoît Rouits wrote:
I could try recording things with my Palm Tungsten T3 PDA, it has a
built-in mic. Getting recordings out adds yet another conversion step,
since the only way I can get a recording out of it is to plug the
headphone out jack into my sound card and record it as the PDA plays it ...
First piece of music I ever heard that had been digitized was a bit of a
Van Halen song that had been digitized using a Commodore 64's direct
input connection (an 8-bit connection direct to the CPU). The CPU ran at
about 1MHz and spent about 25% of its cycles dedicated to video stuff,
so I have no idea what the effective sample rate was. The singing and
words were recognizable.
David W. Jones
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