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Ducati 1098 with G&G Exhaust System

DucatiGuy's 2007 Ducati 1098 with a G&G slip-on Exhaust system, and an Evoluzione tail tidy kit...


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Lane Splitting on a Ducati Streetfighter 1098 (Perfect Onboard Sound)
(Pic of bike/Exhaust and camera info @ bottom of more info) Part of my commute home. This video is not so much about lane splitting, but instead more about testing the audio. Read on if you want to know all the details! If you'll take any of my other recent riding videos, the sound is good, but something is wrong. I finally figured out what it was! The cable I'm using to connect my AKG-D112 was reversing the polarity of the left and right channels being input into the recording device, causing the sound to be out of phase which KILLS the sound quality. Mostly the bass. The microphone is mono, but my cable is stereo XLR -to- stereo 3.5mm mini jack. I use a Zoom H1 to record the audio. I figured this phase issue out, as well as the fact that most of my previously recorded audio like this has also been too loud and in some cases HEAVILY clipped (popping noise). I owe it all to Adobe Audition-- which, by the way, is a fantastic audio utility! I figured out how to do most things in just a hour or two. The difference you hear in this audio versus previous videos is purely the result of me finding and tinkering with Adobe Audition (CS6) for just a couple hours without reading any instructions! As far as what has been done to this audio to make it sound better than all the rest: Recorded in 48kHz/24bit WAV @ a sensible input volume of "60" on the Zoom H1. After running analysis on other audio files recorded at higher volumes, I determined the optimal input volume to set my Zoom H1 to, with the microphone located where it is in my bottom backpack pocket, pointed directly behind me, basically parallel to the Exhaust cans. This is actually still off-axis for this particular microphone. Ideally it should point directly at the source of the sound, not just parallel with it. But this Exhaust is DAMN loud, so it still works fine. So now, using Audition's audio diagnostic and analysis utilities, I have confirmed that I have a very small number of clipped samples in the audio clip. Great! Since my left and right channels are 180-degrees out of phase and cancelling one another out, I simply converted the source stereo waveform into individual mono waveforms (WAV files), ditched one channel and with the remaining mono channel, converted it back into stereo. Now I have an exact identical left and right waveform, perfectly in phase. YAY BASS & PROPER FIDELITY! From here, I sought to both amplify and enhance the sound quality. Since the microphone is held in a completely closed/sealed woven vinyl backpack pocket, most of the high frequency range is quite muffled. So I added a bunch of EQ in the upper frequency ranges (2kHz-20kHz) and left the frequency range below that completely flat/original. I then amplified the whole track by +3dB, I think. This exacerbated the minimal clipping I still did have in the original clip, which sucks, but it made everywhere that wasn't clipping before get much louder, but remain just below the clipping threshold. Finally, I ran Audition's DeClipper utility to attenuate the loudest, clipping parts of the signal to eliminate virtually all clipping/popping, and am left with a pretty damn optimal representation of what I hear in my helmet. No bullshit. I have yet to hear another onboard motorcycle audio clip that sounds anywhere even close to this good. Crank it up on something with a subwoofer and ENJOY! The video is recorded from a GoPro Hero3 black in 1080p30 mounted via a Chesty mount. The video was converted from MP4 into uncompressed Cineform AVI which was then imported into Adobe Premiere Elements 10 where I would edit the video and sync the enhanced external audio track (WAV). The GoPro audio was deleted. Exhaust: Quat-D dual high-mount carbon cans (full system) http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7263/8157188223_2fde94fd27_h.jpg

2008 Ducati 1098
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2015 Ducati Scrambler Test | Action, Offroad, Fazit
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Ducati Streetfighter 1098 S - Akrapovic - OZ Piega - Full Carbon
Click here for HQ wallpaper photos of the beast: http://flic.kr/s/aHsjP3D9eC Follow me @ flickr: http://www.flickr.com/ctsitselis facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ctsphotography.gr Ducati Streetfighter S, carbon tank, carbon tail, carbon headlight cover, carbon dash instrument cover, carbon clutch cover, carbon fender, carbon look riders seat, Akrapovic Carbon Slipons, Oz piega matt black, Ducati Performance Ecu, street fighter

Heavily Modified Ducati 1098r Crash
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