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Have you tried using enabling Zoom's "preserve original sound"? I thought this was exactly what it's supposed to be for.


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You're probably looking at something like VST Connect which comes in Pro & Performer flavours & several platforms, Mac/PC/iOS. I've never used it myself but I was around at Steinberg when the betas were first being tested & reports were good.


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Jammr is your best bet for rehearsing. There's no latency because each player is synched to click and the other player's tracks play at different times in real time but the same time on your machine. From the FAQ: jammr sends your audio to other users and receives their audio. In order to avoid lag, jammr is "live" but not "real-time". This means other ...


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I've been teaching guitar online for the last two weeks to about 50 students, and I've used different systems, because it turned out that there's no single system that works in practice for all students. However, I mainly use browser based systems, and on average they work fine. I've also encountered the first problem you describe, namely the deterioration ...


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Yes, the existence of actual dynamic and frequency content can indeed be checked. Bit depth: check if there is actual non-zero or changing content in all of the bits. For example the "stats" effect of the SoX audio processing tool can give you the apparent bit depth of a file. Frequency range: check if there is actual frequency content above the Nyquist ...


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The Nyquist theorem dictates that the highest frequency that an audio recording can have is 1/2 the sampling frequency. If a song is sampled at 44.1 kHz, the highest possible frequency that it will be able to have will be 22 kHz. If you put an audio file into a spectrogram, you will be able to see what frequencies it has. For example, the spectrogram of this ...


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In my experience, ASIO Link Pro "works," but it has some issues. It successfully routed my system audio to my DAW and my DAW audio to other programs, but it seems to have some glitches. On my system (Windows 10, Creative X-Fi Titinium HD, ASIO4ALL) the audio cuts out for about 4 or 5 seconds every minute. It happens precisely every one minute after ...


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Is my understanding correct? Yes. Our sensitivity to sound is a function of many different things, including frequency. Robinson-Dadson and Fletcher–Munson curves are examples of studies that dive into the frequency domain of loudness perception. There are many sets of loudness curves out there. We can see from the equal-loudness curves that we are ...


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Your question betrays some confusion about concepts related to duration in music, so this answer will cover the basics. In modern European music notation, as you seem to be aware, the base duration of each successively shorter note is half of the base duration of the preceding note. For example, two half notes have the same duration as a whole note, and ...


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Understanding standard tuning Standard tuning is : E5 B4 G4 D4 A3 E3 First you have to understand how note (or pitch I should say) notation work. The letter indicate the note name, the number indicates the number of the octave. Hence, A4 is an octave higher than A3. As a reference, remember the standard tuning absolute notes, or ...


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