Why Your MP3s Sound Bad: High-Resolution Audio Explained | PCMag
Via Scoop.it – digital culture
Neil Young made waves this week with some comments about digital music files—first at the Sundance Film Festival, and then later in an All Things D interview. But lost in the media frenzy is his real point. Young wasn’t putting down all digital music. Instead, he was referring specifically to the compressed MP3 and AAC files most people listen to today. Truth is, they just don’t sound all that good.