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  1. I'm a fan of movie scores, and Jurassic Park was the very first film score I ever bought. So I'm happy to see the expanded release HDTracks has made available at 192/24. I posted some images on another forum, but some might appreciate them here. And maybe can add to what we have here.This is the track High Wire Stunts 192/24. The Wave view reveals a small amount of clipping, not a ton but does say the audio is a little loud. But I don't know what the original mastering looked like in comparison. The spectrum view reveals the most prominent information going up to 30khz. There appears to be some high frequency noise....(horizontal lines) most of it is outside of hearing range, but it may indicate some kind of sound processing placed on the music. The Frequency Analysis shows that this is NOT an upsampled conversion. Information extends far beyond the 22050 Hz CD limit to to about 93000 hz. Again between 28000 hz and 55000 hz we see those spikes of high frequency noise.
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