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post #61 of 107
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Originally Posted by DavidJ1973 View Post

Ah, thanks. Well I haven't touched iTunes since 2004 so that explains it. I've weaned myself on other distributors since then, but this is good to know.

It's a shame digital lossless is so rare or difficult to find. I like hdtracks but I do a lot of research before I buy because I got burned with Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours." It's mastered WAY too hot/loud.

 

I like HDTracks also, but I don't need anything more than a good CD mastering.  It would be nice to see Amazon offer CD-quality FLAC downloads. 

post #62 of 107
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Originally Posted by hogger129 View Post

I like HDTracks also, but I don't need anything more than a good CD mastering.  It would be nice to see Amazon offer CD-quality FLAC downloads. 
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post #63 of 107
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I do like amazon's CD Adds. Found a wonderful artist through an Amazon Add my self, I ofc did not buy the artists CD through Amazon 

post #64 of 107

I think that the obsession with the latest, greatest hi rez format is a mistake.  Just good flac files is all I really want, even if it is just Redbook spec. As long as it's a good recording and master, I'm happy.  But 24/196 crap is still crap

post #65 of 107
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Originally Posted by swspiers View Post
 

I think that the obsession with the latest, greatest hi rez format is a mistake.  Just good flac files is all I really want, even if it is just Redbook spec. As long as it's a good recording and master, I'm happy.  But 24/196 crap is still crap

 

Yep that's how I feel too.  I'm perfectly happy with a 16/44 or 16/48 file as long as the mastering is good.

post #66 of 107

http://www.wewillneversaydie.com/homepage/

You can download the source audio, FLACs and ALACs at 1411kbps.

post #67 of 107

are latest songs like hiphop and RnB have lossless releases? or are they really in m4a/mp3 format? 

post #68 of 107

@kharken: which bands are you referring to?

post #69 of 107

I'm kinda referring to modern hiphop and rnb like those of chris brown, rihanna, t.i.. Do they even release lossless versions of their songs or just in mp3/m4a format? 

post #70 of 107

Sure. Check these:

 

http://www.qobuz.com/interprete/rihanna/telechargement-ecoute-albums

http://www.qobuz.com/interprete/chris-brown/telechargement-ecoute-albums

 

All CD quality downloads.

post #71 of 107

wow thanks! 

post #72 of 107

Take care: not all titles may be available in your country. Look for this line on the album page: "Ce produit est autorisé à la vente dans votre pays." That means you can buy it. If it says: "Ce produit n'est pas autorisé à la vente dans votre pays.", well... you're out of luck.

post #73 of 107

Use Google Chrome and it translates it all for you.  (It has a little drop down that asks if you want to translate it).

 

The prices are a little high so I'd suggest looking up your CD on Amazon first and seeing what price you can get it for.


Edited by hogger129 - 10/16/13 at 4:13pm
post #74 of 107

one question though. cd quality is in mp3/m4a format right? can it be converted to flac since flac isn't readily available as releases

post #75 of 107

There is no need to convert to flac, you can download your music from Qobuz in flac. (Or wav, or alac, or... They offer a lot of formats for download.)

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