A couple questions for producers or DJs or people who know about sound
So my first question is for producers: do you ever get sick of listening to your own music? I get sick of listening to mine when I have to do it. I'm pretty big on listening to what I'm in the mood for, not a listening assignment.
The second question is for anyone that has first-hand knowledge about this: On a high-end (club) sound system do 320kbps CBR MP3s (encoded from the original WAVs, and assuming the WAVs are just fine/HQ) suffer a noticeable loss of quality to the regular WAV file? How easy or hard is it to notice, if so? And, if so, how common is it for the average club-goer to notice?
Lastly, I did a fair bit of googling and could not reliably find out whether Audacity re-encodes an mp3 upon opening it. Does anyone know for sure? The manual uses the word "copy" (in the case of some formats) so maybe I shouldn't even ask. I did find out re-encoding an mp3 at the same bitrate is considered a big(ish) no no.
edit: Sorry mods if I posted this in the wrong place. I didn't mean to.
Last edited by whynoteggs; 27-07-2014 at 01:55 AM..