Discussion in 'Music Talk' started by Sumanovo razor, Mar 18, 2012.
i know one site dilandau.eu but i cannot find all the songs...
Erm...Any torrent site? Are you looking for entire albums or specific songs? Beemp3 has a pretty pimp collection of songs if your answer is the latter.
What is the definition of that term?
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sooo many!!! i prefer beemp3 these days... they have a very large collection of artists and genres past and present!
especially if you want classic blues, jazz, soul, they have a far better collection than the other popular sites out there, IMO AFAIK
^^ for specific songs of course !! if you want whole albums..the torrentDOTcoms are always there...!!!
i meant high sound quality alpha1..
thanks for the replies...
High sound quality is again a vague term.
You may quantify it by saying CD quality or FM quality etc
or simply stating lossy/lossless
or bitrate ...
mp3 format itself is low quality/lossy format...
if i would have said simply bitrate then again you would have asked whether 128 or 320bps...anyways i got my answer ...sorry for bothering you mr. Perfect...
Its lossy but not low quality.
Lets have a double blind test at mp3 vbr v0 and compare it to any "high quality" source.
(In fact all the ppl I have tested fail at even v3)
Yes, there will be little or no difference between mp3 and other better quality formats
I've heard old hindi songs of size 130 kb and bitrate lower than 64, and they sound fine. It depends mostly on the richness of sound I guess. 'Richer' the music, more the bitrate needed to make it sound full.
amr and rm is the worst format of music i've heard.
what do u guys have to say about .flac
Its too big in size to store. About quality, can't say. I converted one flac to 192 bit mp3 and couldn't hear any difference. Maybe its outta my frequency range ;D
Flac is like winzip of audio world.
If you can hear difference between flac and wave/CD file, then you have something wrong in your head.
About mp3 - yes, the transparency vs bitrate depends on the complexity of the music.
The more high frequency component (like electro music) - the more bits you require to achieve transparency.
the less high freq component - like classical orchestra / vocal - the less bits you require.
Guitar requires very less bits - even at 112 kbps - you won't be able to make it out from the original.
One more thing about golden ears - is that with age you tend to lose the sensitivity to higher freq.
Most ppl above 25 cannot hear anything above 16 kHz (or even worse depending on what you have been exposed to - noise/high dB sound wise)
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