Файл раздачи: wav 32f/96, flac 24 / 96, flac 16/44, mp3/320 фильма 1991 · TOM PETTY and the HEARTBREAKERS - Hard Promises 1981. As Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers prepare for the release of Hypnotic we did a shootout between analog tape, 24/48, 24 / 96, and 24/192. Not only is the new Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers release Mojo available for download at 24 bit /48 kHz, but Tom's Producer and Engineer. The Hi-Res ( 24bit 96K) remastering of the Tom Petty catalog reveals a level of 6th-Oct-2014 03:02 pm - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers "Hypnotic Eye" - 2014.
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Article Detail. Tom Petty Download At 24 bit / 48 kHz Plus CA Recommendation. Published on 07-27-2010 12:12 AM. Not only is the new Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers release Mojo available for download at 24 bit /48 kHz, but Tom's Producer and Engineer Ryan Ulyate recommends Computer Audiophile as, "A very good resource for information on Hi-End computer audio and DACs. " I have to say this is really neat news for me and I hope it's just as neat for the CA readers and contributors. I encourage everyone considering Tom's new album to purchases a version that includes the higher resolution download. The 24/48 version has little or no dynamic range compression and sounds pretty good.
Plus purchasing this album is a wonderful way to tell everyone from the artists to the producers and engineers that we care about better quality and are willing to spend money to obtain this quality. Shadorne said: 07-27-2010 07:30 AM. 24/48 is what they recorded it at, according to Ryan. This is what they hear (the band). So this is what they wanted you to hear.
<br />. The more important thing is the lack of compression compared to other major releases and the high quality FLAC download for PC playback. This is what we should all rejoice for. <br />. FWIW. Tom Petty & the Heartbreaker's Live Anthology (60+ tracks) can be found on Blu-ray 24/96.
It sounds amazing too. <br />. FWIW. If you have a good DAC then it will sound just as good in 24/48 KHz as it will with a higher sample rate. 24 bits is quite an improvement over 16 bits.
Although 16 bits is actually adequate if carefully mastered - as most setups cannot exploit the full dynamic range of 16 bits anyway. <br />.