Quote:"If a recording is important enough, and all there is is a 78, that's where we start. . . We're really concerned about producing the definitive thing," not the thing with the highest bit depth or sampling rate."So it's just DRM then. With the advantage that it's the "definitive" drm'd version.
We were able to fingerprint and reverse-engineer the A/D out of the recording."
why would somebody with Bob Stuart's legacy produce a fraud?
Although it is necessary to have a decoder to achieve lossless reproduction of an original high-sample-rate signal, the signal provided to the legacy listener thus being described as 'lossy', the reduction to lossy is carried out in a manner that is described as 'benign' in audiophile circles
Quoteit is necessary to have a decoder to achieve lossless reproduction of an original high-sample-rate signal
it is necessary to have a decoder to achieve lossless reproduction of an original high-sample-rate signal
He's apparently saying they went back to the original digital recording and, using the original ADC as a guide, 'reverse engineered out' anything he deemed was distortion due to the ADC. IOW, a fancy version of noise modelling+denoising, which we know audiophiles just love, right?
Correcting phase and amplitude errors in the frequency response of the ADC is a straightforward linear process, and if done correctly would make the result more objectively correct.
Highresaudio.com has decided to stop offering music encoded with MQA, as they consider it a lossy format ... ... ...
... ... ... I have no idea who Peter Jasz is, but he seems extremely invested in MQA.
Quote from: KozmoNaut on 21 March, 2017, 04:36:14 AM... ... ... I have no idea who Peter Jasz is, but he seems extremely invested in MQA.He seems extremely interested in you!