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Iggyman posted a topic in General ForumI am trying to figure out if there is a term for the difference in audio quality between these two versions of the same song. The second version sounds significantly more rich and full, for lack of a more specific description, than the first version. I'd also like to know what is responsible for the difference. Is it something to do with particular frequencies being to high or low? Is it related to audio channels? Etc. I specifically need to know what the term is because there is another song that has the same "hollow" sort of sound to it that the 1st upload below has, which I'm trying to compensate for. If I know the term, I might be able to see if and/or how I can fix it. The two versions are listed below: 1st version/Low Quality 2nd vesion/High Quality Thanks in advance for any help!
YouTube, it's a common resource. I'm fondest of the human voice, often searching out stripped-back on-air versions, evaluating diverse uploads... The following 3, from Andrew Bird's new album, are especially wondrous : [video=youtube;EY1-xJ0hwQM] If WFUV Public Radio productions are to your liking, explore more here. And HDMI from Panasonic Blu-ray player to Marantz Cinemarium soundbar is how I listen, watch. Sure, your method might be through a computer. But, our starting reference, YouTube's 720p Yeah, only when I'm sure its exceptional will I share—here, a personal commitment.
mmg_fan posted a topic in General ForumAndrew Scheps makes the point in the following (excellent) talk that 80% of all new music is now discovered on youtube, which I guess is a generational thing. Probably true for anyone under 20. Just wondering, how can you tell what actual audio codec and sampling rate, and transcoding method if any were used on any youtube video you come across? For instance, this uploaded(official?) of Pink Floyd's DSOTM. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyVlmTClHPQ Sounds great to my untrained ears but...