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a classical music and mp3 issue?
twlkwind
post Dec 2 2002, 02:07
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Is it true that classical music lose more details after encoded with lame or other encoder like mppenc?
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Dibrom
post Dec 2 2002, 08:13
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QUOTE (twlkwind @ Dec 2 2002 - 12:05 AM)
I've been pushing the mpc format on my forum since i know it's better audio quality and faster encoding speed.
There is only one thing i want to know:
Is there any relation between music style and compression format? You know different music has different behavior. So is it your opinion that we can encode POP and Classical and Jazz and all the other music using Lame's standard switch(alt-presets) in order to get the transparent audio quality?

There is a correlation to an extent, but not as much as one would think. The only type of music I've really encountered that really makes quite a big difference is extremely artificial and synthetic electronic music. Traditionally, psychoacoustic encoders seem to have the most problems with this type of music because many of the sounds that are used are completely unnatural, and in some cases impossible to recreate without direct manipulation of the actual sound signal via a computer of some sort. Most encoders are not really tuned to handle this type of behavior. For the rest though, including pop, jazz, metal/rock, and classical, there's usually not all that much difference. For most genres of music --alt-preset standard will work fine. For the type of electronic music I mentioned above, another format is recommended, such as MPC.
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- twlkwind   a classical music and mp3 issue?   Dec 2 2002, 02:07
- - fewtch   QUOTE (twlkwind @ Dec 1 2002 - 06:07 PM)Is it...   Dec 2 2002, 03:24
- - twlkwind   Can someone explain the relation between music sty...   Dec 2 2002, 04:15
- - twlkwind   The situation is i am managing a music related for...   Dec 2 2002, 04:35
- - Garf   MP3 is enough because it's impossible to hear ...   Dec 2 2002, 07:50
- - fewtch   QUOTE (twlkwind @ Dec 1 2002 - 08:35 PM)The s...   Dec 2 2002, 08:05
- - twlkwind   I've been pushing the mpc format on my forum s...   Dec 2 2002, 08:05
- - Garf   QUOTE (twlkwind @ Dec 2 2002 - 09:05 AM)Is th...   Dec 2 2002, 08:08
- - Dibrom   QUOTE (twlkwind @ Dec 2 2002 - 12:05 AM)I...   Dec 2 2002, 08:13
- - twlkwind   Dibrom, thanks very much. You are always the autho...   Dec 2 2002, 08:18
- - Dibrom   QUOTE (twlkwind @ Dec 2 2002 - 12:18 AM)Dibro...   Dec 2 2002, 08:20
- - fewtch   A lot of the Moog synth music I "ripped...   Dec 2 2002, 08:45
- - hans-jürgen   QUOTE (twlkwind @ Dec 2 2002 - 08:05 AM)I...   Dec 2 2002, 12:52
- - Dibrom   QUOTE (hans-jürgen @ Dec 2 2002 - 04:52 ...   Dec 2 2002, 13:38
- - twlkwind   to hans-jürgen: 1. I have been here for quite a l...   Dec 2 2002, 13:46
- - Annuka   Lossless is a realistic alternative for classical ...   Dec 2 2002, 15:22
- - twlkwind   QUOTE (Annuka @ Dec 2 2002 - 02:22 PM)Lossles...   Dec 2 2002, 16:05
- - hans-jürgen   QUOTE (twlkwind @ Dec 2 2002 - 01:46 PM)1. I ...   Dec 2 2002, 18:28
- - guruboolez   QUOTE (Garf @ Dec 2 2002 - 08:08 AM)Heavy met...   Dec 2 2002, 19:53
- - guruboolez   For twlkwind > The only flaw I found to --alt-...   Dec 2 2002, 20:11
- - hans-jürgen   QUOTE (Dibrom @ Dec 2 2002 - 01:38 PM)QUOTE (...   Dec 3 2002, 12:43
- - Dibrom   QUOTE (hans-jürgen @ Dec 3 2002 - 04:43 ...   Dec 3 2002, 13:01


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