The problem with audio files that use formats such as WMA, AAC, and MP3 is that they are destroying the way the music was supposed to be heard. What these formats do is compress audio using algorithms who then discard the data. People have been noticing the the difference, first HD sound came along and now Lossless audio is here.
Lossless is a compressed format that stores data in a smaller space without the loss of any information. Uncompressed audio uses both sound and silence to encode which ever format you’re using. When you encode an uncompressed minute of silence the file produces an uncompressed minute of music. All that means is the music we listen to on Spotify and Apple Music is not as tight and clean as it should sound because there is too much space in-between the files. Lossless compressed format, the music takes up a smaller file than the uncompressed format while the silence takes up close to no space at all. This means that Lossless sound is going to be fuller and fell closer.
Amazon Music has introduced a new level of sound it’s added a high-quality streaming service its calling Amazon Music HD. If you have an existing Prime member you can add it for $12.99 a month, not a member you can still get it for a reasonable $14.99 a month. For the loot you spend this is what you get a library with over 50 million songs for you’re listing pleasure in incredible HD quality you would expect from a CD, plus you get millions of songs in Ultra HD which is a 24-bit format up to 192kHz the highest available quality you can get the company says.
If you’re serious about your music like I am this service will be worth checking out especially since the first 3 months are free to let you hear what your ears have been missing. Get yourself a pair of good headphones, and let us know what you think of Lossless Music.
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