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as it's none on commercial channel, it's no excuse to not offer the best quality to people, reggae deserve 320kps too, so your selection is crucial bros but 128-192kps is cheap..
I use lower bitrates to keep the file sizes and bandwidth down. If I use 320 then my free online storage/bandwidth will max out and no one will be able to listen. I'm putting in mostly thankless effort to share this stuff, and you're getting it for free. If you can't stand lower bitrates then find somewhere else to download.
your selection a murderer, at this level no need to listen first but compil it fe play on his p.a system.....with a special request for dave's work!
bandwidth excuse is pure fuckury, give a hand to your next 96kps bros called 'mightydoctor bird'one love, one aim, one destiny!
that's the fact concerning reggae music, from its birth, no airplay, no tv program, and at least 192kps on the net, as yankee music got flac & full artwork.but you must give credit to dave for the roots selection with details & labels posted, great job! then nobody is perfect...long life to this blog.
First of all, thank you for the support.@ Anonymous... To be more precise. Recent uploads have been undergone Clickrepair and/or Denoise treatment (for more about this, read at www.clickrepair.net) and then compressed to MP3 using EAC with the Lame encoder st to V0 settings. You can read more about V0 here - http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=LAME.V0 is generally considered the most acceptable mp3 format for digital music connoisseurs as the best trade-off between audio quality and file size. V0 is a variable bit rate, but is generally around 245 kbps. The fact of the matter is that Clickrepair and Denoise treatments alter the frequency spectrum of the original lossless wavefiles. Therefore, less bandwidth (talking audio file size, not internet transfer) will be needed where degrading features (pops and clicks) have been removed. That is why some of my V0s seem to have lower bandwidth. That I post here in V0 does not mean I don't have the files in other formats. In fact, on private music trackers (which shall remain nameless), I post the same files in lossless flac (without any clickrepair treatment), 320kbps mp3, V0 mp3, and V2 mp3 - where all mp3s have undergone click repair. As I stated before, I only do the lower quality mp3s on this blog because I don't pump any money into this and my bandwidth (both in online file storage and in transfer bandwidth) is limited.If you really want lossless files or 320kbps mp3s, I will happily provide them IF YOU FRONT THE MONEY for online storage. If you are interested in donating to support that bandwidth usage, I will happily give you a paypal address to send money to, and then I will upload everything in whatever format you like.A small aside: When I started this blog, I was probably a lot more sloppy about bitrates, and I certainly did not use Clickrepair. All that I have said here only applies to the more recent posts.
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yea.. I am familiar with those sites, however I don't believe they have the streaming capabilities that divshare does (I may be wrong). I like the streaming option because (a) not everyone wants to download the mp3s to listen and (b) I like to listen to these when I use random computers (which I do a lot with my work / school).
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