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  1. We have seen the passing of vinyl, tape cassettes, etc. We are now at the end of the first digital era, the CD. Music distribution has moved to the inferior quality of MP4 (iTunes) or MP3 (the others). Internetdownload speeds have rapidly increased from 64kbps dial-up to today's 3-20mbps broadband, some even higher. So we ready for the next generation of music distribution, 24/96. But it is not happening. There are classical music site selling overpriced tracks, and Apple is asking studios to give them 24/96 inputs to be mastered to MP4. But the mainstream seems stuck, or has simply gone backwards to music streamin (Spotify and the like). So when and how can we make the next big leap forward and get 24/96 as the main stream music distribution standard?
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