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  1. I have downloaded the Mastered for iTunes version and also purchased the lossless CD version. I have ripped the lossless CD as ALAC and also converted it to standard 256kbps aac within iTunes. I plan to do some extensive listening tests and analysis on these three versions of the album. If anyone has specific tests they'd like to see done (freeware software only please), let me know. I will definitely be taking a look at the compression and noise floor. Results will be blogged as I go.
  2. Link to Ars Technical article I am in no way affiliated with Arse or Mr. Wednesday, or Guy Fawkes.