- Nov 13, 2008
Just wondered what people who buy digitally get. Do you think its worth paying more for the wav? For listening or Djing.
Dont know much about flac? Tell me more pls...
its used a lot
just not in dnb yet as every one thinks in dnb
vinyl is still cool
that's because vinyl IS still cool.
I'm actually quite suprised at these responses
I use 320kbps mp3s for djing, I don't see the need for wav. or anything else really
If I actually listen to a 320kbps mp3 next to a wav. I don't really notice too much difference in quality
320 mp3s still sound great imo
And if you consider those people big in the scene sharing tunes over aim to dj and play out with, I think you will find that it's 320kbps mp3s that are transfered rather than wav. files
Wav.s are just too big to store on most laptops, I've got 7 gig of 320kbps mp3s as it is!
And to go online and pay £2.00 for a digital wav. file of both sides of a release, well you might as well just buy the vinyl that little bit extra!
Use 320's on a standard speakers or speakers that aren't really good. If your playing out or have got some shit hot speakers wavs will be better and you will notice the difference. But if you dont plan on playing out or on a decent system buy 320's it will save you a bit of money aswell
i'm not sure what big dj's play out by you can always just compress a 50mb .wav down to a few thousand kb's for sending
There's no point in that though coz that would just diminish the quality of the mp3