CD Sound Quality
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CDs are now engineered to be extremely loud. Sound quality suffers. This brief video shows the "before and after" effects of industry standard post-recording processing. It's extremely disturbing what it does to your music.
The general term for this is "dynamic range compression" and actually it has nothing to do with MP3 or AAC data compression. It is not done much on classical music, because the dynamics are so much more vital and noticeable, but it is widely used for popular music and is now also creeping into jazz.
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