A look at the spectrogram of that file tells me that it was not created by exhale. https://www.poikosoft.com/music-converter-encoder-versions seems to confirm that, it lists a Fraunhofer xHE-AAC encoder. Interesting
I updated Wine from 6.5 to 6.6 (Development).
foobar2000 can not start.
Wine 6.6 (Development) uninstall.
Wine 6.0 (stable) install.
foobar2000 v1.6.5 and v1.6.4.
Linux Mint 20.1 Ulyssa Cinnamon (64-bit) and Xfce (64-bit).
Quite a lot of people prefer offline storage for various reasons.
Let's start with Spotify, YouTube and other streaming services.
How many times has your playlist been "decimated" by streaming services?
Yesterday you had 100 songs in your playlist, tomorrow you have 90. 10 of them were removed for unknown reason.
This cannot happen with offline storage.
What about TV shows and movies?
Yesterday streaming service A had movie B, tomorrow that movie was bought by streaming service C and there is no way to watch it.
You are forced to buy another useless subscription service.
With offline storage you can watch anything anytime.
Multiple times a week I see people with perfectly usable AAC audio but they insist they need to convert it to MP3 just because that's what they're used to. Often they'll be turning 96 - 128k AAC -LC into a CBR 320 , or V0 MP3 because they (think they) know that's "best" , so lose quality in the transcode, risk more artifacts, and waste a ton of space on their precious iDevice.