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[TOS #8] Re: Find out the best quality format

I'm not making myself understood. I mean the first has the fillest spectogram, up to 20 KHz. They are full of fecuencies. They are not cut off at 16 KHz... but nothing to do talking about of tastes...

And that's right, the 16 KHz spectogram could sound better in terms of tastes of music, less crispers, sharpen and metalic too. But if i have to choise in term of frecuencies i vote for the first one above...

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And that's right, the 16 KHz spectogram could sound better in terms of tastes of music, less crispers, sharpen and metalic too. But if i have to choise in term of frecuencies i vote for the first one above...

Mmmm interested in what "metallic" sounds like. Is it like Metallica?

You still can't look at a spectrogram and tell me how music sounds.

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Mmmm interested in what "metallic" sounds like. Is it like Metallica?
Heh, all crapthrowing aside, when refering to audio, we use the term "metallic" in German, too. It's what you get when your speech coding algorithm is breaking down, because your family member is streaming some great Netflix show and using up all the bandwidth. MP3 at 24Kb/s with all its artifacts and pre-echoes, etc. we call that also "metallic".
I believe the term comes from the similarity to using a knife on an empty beer can, or two thin sheets of metal grinding against one another.

 
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