Clean up the Audio
Process or not?
By Chriss Scherer, editor
You wouldn't think of transmitting your station over the air without audio processing, but the same concept applies to an online stream. While competitive loudness isn't the primary goal, compensating for variations in audio level and general level consistency are important concerns. Orban has assembled a comparison of audio clips using its Optimod-PC 1100 to show processed vs. unprocessed audio with various encoding formats.
Circuit Research Labs
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