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  • skexu
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Lo-bit (low bitrate, low frequency) music
As I promised, here is a place for rational discussion about music, where compression artifacts are a part of listening experience, like a "digital Lo-Fi".

Some examples
(These are from free weblabels, am I doing something wrong?)

* Ambient/Downtempo/Electronica

Cryovolcano "004" http://www.archive.org/details/Microbit-rec110
tronic_koi "hot_kog" http://www.archive.org/details/tronic_koi_...kog-20k229-2007
old oldman "the tender a** ep" http://20kbps.sofapause.ch/Releases/old_ol...0k209)-2007.zip

* Remix/Breakbeat/8-bit (are there 8-bit fans?)

josstintimberlake "mashup" http://20kbps.sofapause.ch/Releases/Jossti...0k284)-2009.zip

There are also many experimental albums, but fishing for the "very best" is difficult.

Well known weblabels:
20kbps, Microbit Records, 8RAVENS
  • Last Edit: 08 June, 2011, 04:43:09 AM by skexu

  • db1989
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Lo-bit (low bitrate, low frequency) music
Reply #1
Then there's 1-bit music!

  • Parsi
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Reply #2
very interesting, I liked the ambient tracks.
but I stick with chiptunes
All tracks accurately ripped

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