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  1. Not the format. Discuss - with these websites in mind: http://no-more-loudness-war.blogspot.com/2014/10/welcome-to-safe-haven-to-discuss-issues.html https://www.audiostream.com/content/high-resolution-downloads-nevermind and https://www.facebook.com/2016SaveOurMusicNoRemasters/
  2. Dynamic Range Day 2014

    If you haven't tripped over this yet...this guy has a mission, and we all stand to benefit if it all works out, when the Loudness War is over. Worth at least a look, and a bit of support: Dynamic Range Day It's targeted at the music recording and production side of the world, which is of course where the war is after all, but as Audiophiles, we are the "victims". Figured a bit of C/A support just might help. March 28, 2014 is Dynamic Range Day.
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