In Defense of Quality, Or, How Ditching Lo-Res Made Me Like Music Again
Hearing is believing. The downside to that old adage is that if you hear low- quality sounds long enough you’ll start to believe high quality sound doesn’t matter.
Our ears are fickle instruments and they can be lulled into a false sense of quality. Not unlike the proverbial frog in a pot of water being slowly brought to boil (although arguably not quite as dire), our ears will get used to poor quality music over time and they’ll eventually convince our brains that everything is just fine.
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