Started by KrazyKatz, November 18, 2007, 19:43:21
Quote from: "KrazyKatz"Well Compression does have a place in Rock, Jazz and even the Classical Genre. I mean the human voice singing near a microphone invariably causes unnecessary peaks, and sometimes a drummer can hit the snare ridiculously hard at an inopportune moment, but in this case the point of compression is to actually make it sound more natural and fluent. The issue at hand is that the modern approach is no longer the use compression, but the abuse of it.
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"This is ridiculous. It's a maximum compressed MP3 re-converted to WAV to be written on an audio-cd.I don't agree, that electronic music should be compressed as default, because it's mechanical.I understand the emphasis on compression, because it has been common use for a quick transport of audio-files on the Net.