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I think that's all temporary. The cheaper hard drive space becomes, the less of a consideration it will be. My guess is inside 10 years, digital tracks will be fully uncompressed and ubiquitously so. There's already products like the PonoPlayer that play uncompressed music flac files. My hope is that as time goes by and people are able to easily play fully uncompressed music, sound technicians will mix to that standard.

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I think that's all temporary. The cheaper hard drive space becomes, the less of a consideration it will be. My guess is inside 10 years, digital tracks will be fully uncompressed and ubiquitously so. There's already products like the PonoPlayer that play uncompressed music flac files. My hope is that as time goes by and people are able to easily play fully uncompressed music, sound technicians will mix to that standard.
Mike, we are talking about Dynamic range compression as an audio signal processing operation, not audio file compression like MP3 But either way MP3 or any compressed audio file (in terms of data) sucks!!!



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I think that's all temporary. The cheaper hard drive space becomes, the less of a consideration it will be. My guess is inside 10 years, digital tracks will be fully uncompressed and ubiquitously so. There's already products like the PonoPlayer that play uncompressed music flac files. My hope is that as time goes by and people are able to easily play fully uncompressed music, sound technicians will mix to that standard.
Two completely different things Mike.

Pretty good explanation here:

http://dynamicrangeday.co.uk/about/
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Ah thanks for clearing that up. I misunderstood.


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Two completely different things Mike.



Pretty good explanation here:



http://dynamicrangeday.co.uk/about/


That video did a great job explaining what you're talking about. I never even knew about this!

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