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Lossy or Lossless? Please use this forum to post spectral and frequency analysis posts about shows you have your doubts about.

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Old 2019-12-30, 12:15 PM
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MP3, MD transfer?

Hi,

I was going through my old archives, and I got this show way back from more than 12 yrs ago.

The lineage was supposed to be:
D6 Master > DAT > CDR(1) > EAC > MKW > SHN

I looked at the spectral for the first time today and I can't quite understand whether this is lossy or lossless.

The freq cutoff is fishy and signs indicate this has been converted to lossy before.

What are your thoughts?
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Old 2020-01-29, 05:13 PM
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Re: MP3, MD transfer?

the cutoff seems a little low for the source, were they using some kind of bad mics or something?

I'm a little rusty, but I think its okay from what I see here
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