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If I get a preamp and it says it does 20-20 and I want to record 24/96 will that still work?

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20/20 refers to decibel output from the preamp, relating to your condencer mic. 24/96 or 24 bits/96 khz is the quality of the sound. It is considered the best resoultion, but uses up more memory ( space) on your hard drive than 16 bit. If you have plenty of space I would record at 96 k

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