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Old 03-14-2003, 07:59 AM
JBlancato JBlancato is offline
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Default Exported mp3s have fuzzy sound quality

Hi -

I'm using an 001 on a more-than-adequately-powered Dell system, and getting great, accurate, clear recordings with this combination. However, when bouncing to disk with the MP3 export option, the resulting files always have a glassy, almost shimmering-sounding 'digital-ish' fuzz to the highs, and pretty poor resolution in the lows. I dump files at the highest encoding quality possible, and have tried both constant and variable bit rates, but the result is always the same. At any time, the resulting mp3 *never* has the clarity and definition of the original session.

Has anyone experienced this, or have any ideas on what the culprit may be? [img]images/icons/confused.gif[/img]

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JB
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