Re: File compression / sampling
- Hey Charlie,
I checked out your show, and it looks like you do a lot of rock music, so it,s probably overkill to render your mp3,s to 192.
My show is almost entirely music these days, releasing original experimental compositions. I render different pieces at different rates, depending on the content of the piece, starting at 128 and going up until the mp3 sounds like the wav. Unless my music has a lot of quiet parts, or if it involves a lot of very high or very low tones, I very rarely need to encode above 160.
But always, 44.1khz, constant bitrate, joint stereo.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "crossdrivenradio" <charleyhays@...> wrote:
> I was wondering what type of file compression / sampling you all use. I produce a music podcast and I am using iTunes to convert my .wav files to mp3, and the end result is 192 kbps/44.1khz stereo.
> I was wondering what you sample your shows at, especially for music based shows.