High Resolution or Not So Much?






Read a nice summary today on Computer Audiophile about some of the issues folks are having with (so-called) high resolution downloads:

Many of us download our High-Resolution music from sites like “HDtracks” “High Definition Tape Transfers” (HDTT), and the Linn Records site. We make these purchases confident that we are getting, for our money, 24-bit/192 KHz, 24/176.4, 24/96 or 24-bit/88.2 KHz copies of master tapes either analog or, in the case of Linn, hi-res digital originals. But is that confidence misplaced?

Forewarned is four-armed (or maybe even six-armed), as I always say.









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Scot started all this back in 2009. He is currently the Publisher here at PTA, the Publisher at The Occasional Magazine, and the Executive Producer at The Occasional Podcast. There are way too many words about him over on the Contributors page.