I think you both make a good point for consideration. There are other uncompressed audio possibilities too, like FLAC (which is free). But we don't know for sure that it even matters. Analog to digital conversion (before the later stage of mp3, etc compression) just approximates the actual sound anyway and that doesn't seem to matter too much.3D Resident said:Ellipse said:Other thoughts:
-How mind of people living in countries whith no TV, radio or ipod is manipulated ? I have to check what % of the population it represent.
-MP3 suppress frequencies to compress the music so, perhaps it can't be use for what you want to do. On the other hand it seem ok to carrying bad frequency.
These are very good questions. The music MUST be in the audio CD format, NOT in the compressed MP3 format. So purchasing real, physical CDs I think is essential. (Unless high-quality MP3s are produced, say at around 320 kbps.) As for pre-existing music, it'd be cool if the Cs could approve certain types of music and say which groups are definite no-nos! I'm sure this would bring up many Sacred Cows for some people, e.g. "Ohhhhh, but I LOVE that band -- they CAN'T have negative frequencies/manipulation in them, can they?? :/"