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Is WMA 9 becoming good?, Have an ear drop
FrDakota
post Sep 4 2003, 08:00
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Yesterday entered http://www.angelrecords.com website for the first time.

Many songs are in WMA 9 (Pro?) 128kbps and in full length. For a WMA promotion that's impressive.

If you listen to some artists it's quite impressive.

Sarah Brightman, Harem
http://www.angelrecords.com/detail.asp?Sup...de=724353718022

Sarah Brightman, La Luna
http://www.angelrecords.com/detail.asp?Con...de=724355696823

Linda Eder, And so much love
http://www.angelrecords.com/detail.asp?Con...de=077775485622

I'm really wondering if it's WMA Pro, since I feel a difference with my mp4s 128kbps of the CDs, although this WMA seems less metallic than before.

Anyway, it's quite rare to be able to listen to full length songs for a label (EMI).

But I wont switch to WMA, my iPod works fine with MP4. biggrin.gif
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AgentMil
post Sep 4 2003, 10:54
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Guess they finally awoken to the fact that the only way digital downloads are ever gonna work is to offer near CD quality files instead of the POS that are on CP'ed CDs and the ones available on music websites. I figures that it would of headed this way since iTunes started to take off... takes one to revolutionise the way businesses are runned kudos to Apple for providing decent files that at least offer near CD quality audio.

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