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Thursday, December 8, 2022 - 18:37

Your explanation is very accurate comprehensive.

Here is a little bit of info of files used by audio engineers in music production.

In Music production .Wav and .Aiff are used almost exlusively. Usually at 24bit. sample rates are sometimes higher as well. Producing at higher bit rates is considered beneficial. higher sample rates are considered to be undetectable by the human ear acording to most audio engineers.

When the music is finished being mixed and mastered it gets reduced to a 16 bit wav or aiff file which is CD quality. the file is stored on the CD slightly compressed in a Lossless manner. Isn't it interesting that some years ago CDs where the standard of music quality and they where often listened to on stere systems. and in modern times most people listen to hevaly compressed MP3s on their inverior cellphone speakers. Apart from Wav itself It is the Flac file that has brought CD quality bak to us.

Sunday, December 4, 2022 - 19:40

I am new here and experianced the same thing. Thanks for the info.