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Why i think lossless is a waste of time

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Another advantage is that, in the event of corruption, lossless files will tell you something is corrupt on decoding (playback, testing).  Wav files won't.


That is a good point. I suppose I could find a utility to create MD5 checksums of all my .wav files for later comparision, but I suspect that using a lossless encoder will be easier.

 
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