Originally Posted by jwf2tao
A friend advised I should download the JRiver trial software in order to experiment with software upsampling, to see if I could determine the benefit to my existing collection of mp3 music. I have been to the site and explored, including the section on sound processing...but I couldn't find anything about "upsampling" audio. I'm a newbie...perhaps there is terminology I'm not deciphering. At the end of the day I'm looking for a means to improve the quality of playback for a large collection of music I have on the Amazon cloud...perhaps this is not possible...but I'm interested in any suggestions or guidance. Thank you...
If you open up the Player menu and go to DSP Studio, you can upsample in the Output Format section. E.g. 44,100Hz to 176,400Hz.
There are a number of things JRiver does which can help improve the quality of MP3 playback - I recommend analyzing your library and enabling the Volume Leveling function, but I don't think upsampling is going to do much.