DrFFT wrote:Next is this idea that "Nyquist sampling theorum" actually accounts for a "complete" sample of any frequenices within the 20 Hz to 20 Khz spectrum. In my opinion it doesn't.
In your opinion. But factually, it does.
DrFFT wrote:The Nyquist sampling theorum at 44.1 kbs sampling frequency breaks down due to all the instantanious or spurious information generated within normal music production .
Several reasons for this , including the fact that various musical instruments actually produce ultrasonic information within thier inidividual ranges. (IE CYmbals are a perfect example) If you consider that those ultrasonic frequencies actually modulate or re-modulate the frequencies within the spectrum that we can hear , then you've got some issues.
No, because such "frequencies within the spectrum" will be then captured perfectly by any hi-fi recording system, analog or digital.