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Topic: "I Love My B****" transcoded on CD? (Read 2553 times) previous topic - next topic
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"I Love My B****" transcoded on CD?

I've just 'aquired' an image of the  2006 album by Busta Rhymes "The Big Bang".
Track 10 - "I Love My B****" has a lowpass filter applied at 17.5 KHz.

Here's the spectrogram:


Can you belive this? How could a low quality MP3 (I'm assuming it is) get on the original CD?
Give me your theory!

 

"I Love My B****" transcoded on CD?

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Can you belive this? How could a low quality MP3 (I'm assuming it is) get on the original CD?
Give me your theory!


17.5 kHz low-pass filtering is not a proof of mp3 encoding.
Ceterum censeo, there should be an "%is_stop_after_current%".

"I Love My B****" transcoded on CD?

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I've just 'aquired' an image of the 2006 album by Busta Rhymes "The Big Bang".
Track 10 - "I Love My B****" has a lowpass filter applied at 17.5 KHz.


First of all it's "acquired". Secondly do not even hint at or discuss pirated music on here whether or not the actual material you have is pirated or not. Lastly use AuCDTect in attempt to determine if the CD is authentic or not. It's not 100% accurate, but is up to about 90% effective. 

http://true-audio.com/AuCDtect_version_0.8_release_3
budding I.T professional

 
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