Kanta wrote: ↑Fri Mar 12, 2021 12:53 pm
https://mymodernmet.com/sebastiao-salga ... 0zX9tLsZTY
Consistency is the key just a bit every day.
Like water beating against rock.
24 bits technically lower the noisefloor, but then again, the digital noise in 16 bit is inaudible.Jote wrote: ↑Fri Mar 12, 2021 7:58 pm Well, whether it's higher sample rate or 24-bit - it's all overrated audiovoodoo. 16-bit was also chosen for a reason. Higher bit depth provides no benefit to the listener of the final mix. 44/16 is all you ever need and those Qobuz et al are just snake-oil salesmen
I'm not a physical media collector, so I had exactly zero interest in this boxset. I do collect JMJ's music, I just don't care about the form that much (TBH at the end of the day I prefer to have it all digitally on one disk so it's at my fingertips whenever I desire). I do buy JMJ boxsets if they provide anything of value - this one doesn't. I skipped EōN because of its ridiculous price (and *technically* I skipped Electronica 1 deluxe boxset, but JMJ gave one to me so I bought E2 to complete it)
Maybe dadwater's usual "bass enhancement" contribution.