Can we use that to excuse errors in subject-verb agreement?http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....&pid=802685If so I'll see if there's room to amend my sig.
And he said that he could "metalicize" the harpsichord sample and make it even harder to compress. I showed that adding noise or distortion etc actually makes it easier to compress (when mesaured with bitrate at the same q setting).
With lossless compression, adding noise and distortion should increase file size compared to the untreated compressed version.
Again, the purpose of that test was to address a specific assertion. Which was that rock/metal is harder to lossy-compress than classical because [...]
I had a similar conversation before with people who claimed that heavy rock/heavy metal would be more difficult to compress than "classical" due to distortion, inharmonic content, etc. They claimed they could "heavy-metallize" my harpsichord sample by adding more distortion/noise/mistuning (the argument was in heavy metal you have two guitarists who play slightly differently) and that sample would require even higher bitrate. Thus supposedly "proving" that harpsichord is not as hard to compress as distorted heavy metal.
There is no refefence here to lossy