Nokia Explains Rich Recording, The New Audio Tech In Smartphones

Along with the mind-blowing 41MP camera in Nokia 808 PureView, Nokia also introduced a new audio technology called Rich Recording. Rich Recording allows you to record vastly improved audio and allows you to enjoy it in Stereo quality.

How does it work?

Thanks to the extended dynamic range of Nokia Rich Recording, it’s possible to record sound pressure levels up to 140 dBSPL with no perceptual distortion. So, now you can record four times louder sound pressure levels than with traditionally used microphones. As high amplitude audio levels are tolerated, there is no need to limit frequency response. This creates the full audio bandwidth to match your hearing capabilities.

What’s so great about it? 

Nokia Rich Recording is perfect for events where high average sound pressure levels are often exceeded with much higher amplitude transient sounds. So, if you have a Nokia 808 PureView, next time you video your favourite band, the recorded audio will sound exactly like you hear it. To hear for yourself what we mean, check out this video (above) of a Nokia Rich Recording video, when compared with videos by two other popular smartphones.

I hope Nokia will deliver Rich Recording in Windows Phones along with the PureView camera tech during Q4 this year.

via: Nokia Connects 

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