kueller Posted September 23, 2012 Share Posted September 23, 2012 Basically, the more compressed something's sound is, the more detail (or dynamics) is lost. So if something's as uncompressed as it can be, you're hearing everything as clearly as possible. Does that make sense? I get what you're saying, but a more compressed audio file keeps its dynamics, it just uses less bytes per second and therefore sounds like less quality. Kind of like seeing a video with a lower resolution, less pixels per area. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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