Absintize wrote:The possible choose was between 44 khz and 48 khz...
I read that speaking of korg ds-10 a sample rate over the 48 khz is not good..is it true?
However I uploaded the track in soundcloud and this is the result...not bad, but it's so much better if listen through DS or Logic...why?
DS-10 Dominator wrote:For recording in general: I'm sure DS-10 sample rate is not higher than 44KHz (and bitrate 16 bits), no need for 48KHz
Syscrusher wrote:Even if the DS is 44KHz/16bit you may want to record at a higher bitrate if you plan on doing any post processing.
diemanx wrote:Hi all! Will I be able to record sound with the DS on your computer with BEHRINGER Xenyx 502 Miher? Wiring diagram on the picture attached (whether in this way?)
PS question wrote with the help of an interpreter
Audacity is free open source software. You can also batch convert to mp3 with it, but you need to download the LAME mp3 encoder separately (also free). http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
To your computer's line-in
The first thing you can try is using a minijack to minjack cable from your DS headphone's output to your computer/laptop's line-in. The minijack cable has to be stereo, but they usually are. Also your computer's line-input has to be stereo. The main problem that can occur in this case is NOISE. Consumer line-inputs are often pretty noisy/hissy. There's not much you can do about this 'low signal to noise ratio' except turning your DS volume higher, but even then there can be strange buzzes/noises/hisses in you signal.
(You probably can't use your microphone input, since it's mono and not probably powerful enough.)
Via an audio mixer to your computers line-in
You can try to run your DS audio through a cheap audio mixer. It will boost your signal, plus you can use the equalizer to boost frequencies. But this won't necessarily solve the problems of hiss and noise, especially in the softer parts of your recordings, because you are still using your (often badly sounding) computer line-input.
You'll need a mini-stereo-jack (DS HEADPHONES OUT) to 2 x RCA or 2 x jack (MIXER LINE IN) cable. And then 2 x RCA or 2 x jack (MIXER LINE-OUT) to a mini-stero-jack (COMPUTER LINE-IN).
This thing will surely come in handy when you're going to play live shows.
(A mixer like this also features phantom power, but you can't use that on your DS headphones out signal.. or on any unbalanced signal. Phantom Power is specifically made to power certain types of microphones.)
To a usb/firewire interface
A better solution is to buy a decent usb/firewire interface. This way you bypass your computer line-input and can boost your signal.
To an external (memory card) recorder
A very reliable (and portable) solution. Check out M-audio Microtrack II, Zoom H2, etc
diemanx wrote:Thank you all! From BEHRINGER Xenyx 502 Miher - refused. Preferred Behringer UCA 202, I think it would be better
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