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post #76 of 79

Whew so the distortions are not just in my head.First I though it was my gear, but I can hear them even sub 10% volume.

 

Boy, what a relief.

 

Sucks though, while I adore Mr. Zimmers music, track 9 - despair is essentially worthless with that kind of signal degradation.

 

 

 

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It also tells you that high resolution (24/192) etc doesn't mean jack if it is not mastered PROPERLY!!!!

 

Yeah i DL'd that for testing purposes, thinking "hey lets see if you can hear a difference to the 44/16 Flacs...."

 

WTF clipping?!


Edited by Ifalna - 11/13/12 at 9:15am
post #77 of 79

We should start a thread on well recorded movie scores.  

post #78 of 79
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Originally Posted by Audio-Omega View Post

We should start a thread on well recorded movie scores.  

 

That's a good idea. I have plenty of scores to contribute too.

post #79 of 79

I couldn't really hear any noticeable hard clipping in this soundtrack.  I know it's heavily brickwalled, but it also doesn't really sound that bad, I think they're good recordings.

 

Could someone point to a song/time where they hear obvious clipping?

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