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  • slks
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The nature of musepack artifacts...
I've read that Musepack has different sorts of artifacts than typical transform codecs. I've tested some samples that give MP3/Vorbis/AAC trouble, and was pleased to see (or rather, hear) that the smearing of transients in these samples was a non-issue with Musepack --standard.

But what I am wondering is... what sort of artifacts is Musepack prone to? Even more appreciated would be samples demonstrating these artifacts at --standard, but a detailed verbal description would suffice. 
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Unfortunately the samples aren't available in the threads.


"Waiting" is available at http://www.rarewares.org/test_samples/Waiting.wv