1-Sound On Sound Magazine
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Not a SINGLE mention of MQA. NONE.
2-The Recording Academy P&E Wing Hi-Res Music Prod. Recommendation
Link to PDF:
40 pages, and exactly TWO mentions of MQA, strictly in the context of streaming services. NO mention of use in production, mixing, or mastering.
For good reason. It is, contrary to lies Bob Stuart has told, it is NOT part of the production process. It is POST production DSP, at this point only for use with Tidal streaming.
The mention of MQA was the behest of Bob "dollar sign" Ludwig, who is actively seeking to capitalize on MQA.
I don't know a SINGLE recording, mixing, or mastering engineer who gives the slightest toss about it. Not a single artist either.
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Topic - Two MUST reads for digital audio consumers - Isaak J. Garvey 14:25:49 05/23/17 (16)
- RE: Two MUST reads for digital audio consumers - Todd Krieger 05:53:05 05/25/17 (4)
- I understand the sentiment - E-Stat 08:16:00 05/25/17 (3)
- Thanks for those. Frustrating trade-offs. - jusbe 10:40:18 05/24/17 (3)
- RE: Thanks for those. Frustrating trade-offs. - Charles Hansen 10:59:13 05/24/17 (2)
- Draw your own conclusions - Jim Austin 05:29:32 05/24/17 (2)
- does it really sound better than conventional hi-res digital recordings? - Frihed89 13:53:08 05/24/17 (0)
- RE: Draw your own conclusions - Isaak J. Garvey 07:08:49 05/24/17 (0)
- RE: Two MUST reads for digital audio consumers - PAR 02:46:27 05/24/17 (0)
- Enjoyed the second read - E-Stat 17:04:03 05/23/17 (1)
- RE: Enjoyed the second read - Isaak J. Garvey 17:40:41 05/23/17 (0)
- Thanks for an educational peek into the world of pro audio. nt - Charles Hansen 14:40:43 05/23/17 (0)