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POCKETRAK C24 Owner’s Manual
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Introduction
Recording tips
The recorder enables you to record audio at a superior level of quality by setting the Recording
mode, ALC (Auto Level Control) function, microphone sensitivity, recording peak limiter and
other functions. Please refer to the Reference Manual (PDF file) for information on the other
functions.
Recording mode
The recorder records audio in the MP3 or PCM (WAV) format. As a rule of thumb, select “PCM
44.1kHz/16 bit” (better sound quality) for the Recording mode to record a musical perfor-
mance. Select “MP3 128kbps” (smaller data size) to record musical practice sessions or confer-
ence meetings. If you want to record audio at a much higher level of sound quality, select
“PCM 96kHz.”
Hint:
· In PCM mode, non-compressed audio data will be recorded. In MP3 mode, compressed audio data will
be recorded. If you choose an option that offers better sound quality, the data size will be larger and the
remaining available recording time will be shorter. Select a Recording mode that will suit your purposes,
based on your priorities (better sound quality or longer recording time).
· If you plan to create an audio CD from the recordings, select “PCM 44.1kHz/16 bit”.
Recording mode and application examples
Recording
format
Sampling frequency,
bit depth, bit rate
File
extension Application examples
PCM
96kHz/16bit, 24bit
.WAV
Recording a musical performance,
creating a master recording, creat-
ing a CD, and recording other orig-
inal sound sources
Higher sound
quality
88.2kHz /16bit, 24bit
48kHz/16bit, 24bit
44.1kHz/16bit, 24bit
MP3
320kbps
.MP3
High-quality recording of musical
practice sessions, conference meet-
ings, etc. compressed into a smaller
size file
192kbps
128kbps Standard
sound quality
64kbps Recordings for which extended
duration is more important than
sound quality (“32kbps” indicates a
monaural recording.)
Longer
recording time
32kbps
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