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post Jan 19 2003, 13:22
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I played around with Cool Edit a little bit.
I ripped a song with EAC to WAV and encode it to MPC Std, Xtr, and Ins (and MP3 APS)
Then I decode all the files back to WAV-File. Now I load the original WAV with CE and "Mix-Paste" (both channels inverted, Overlap Mix) with a decoded file. The result is a quiet wave sounds like... hmmm... can't explain in english ;o)
The higher the quality of the mpc file, the quieter was the difference. The MP3 APS wave had roughly the same loudness as the MPC Xtreme wave.

Am I right that this "difference wave" is the "lossy" part of the original wave after encoding?
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post Jan 11 2004, 04:45
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Just out of curioisity, what are the exact steps after loading a decoded WAV and the original WAV that one must do in Cool Edit Pro to try this? I am not trying to decide which format and bitrate to use based on it(I'm stuck at -q 6 Ogg Vorbis for now, since it's transparent to me), yet it seems like quite an interesting experiment, and I don't know my way around Cool Edit Pro that well. unsure.gif I'm still experimenting. smile.gif
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