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A little info about Uploading files

Hi If indaba users knew what conversion Rate the site converted files to (and played back in) we could Mix/Master Prepare for that format.

I personally would prefer dither/noise shape anything at 16bit then supply the file in the right format so your site received and played the file unaltered.

At the moment i upload 24bit Wav files. Do they play back in that format?

Sorry for being geeky. Its just that i can sometimes notice (a little) more harshness on the top end of my remixes after uploading them.

Thanks!
A what a great site you have here its helping me build a nice profile in which to hopefully find work. I've made 6 Remixes this Year with your Stems :)

Stephen
(SideMouth)

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    Stephen Nicholson shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    completed  ·  AdminProduct Team (Product Team, Indaba Music) responded  · 

    When you upload audio, an mp3 preview is generated so people can quickly stream your song in their web browser. The settings used for the audio preview are:

    Bit rate: 192kbps
    sample rate: 44100 hz
    format: mp3, encoded by lame

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I STILL DON,T UNDERSTAND HOW TO UPLOAD TRACKS[ THANK YOU/ TIM

      • Andrew Kelley commented  · 

        When you upload audio, an mp3 preview is generated so people can quickly stream your song in their web browser. The settings used for the audio preview are:

        Bit rate: 192kbps
        sample rate: 44100 hz
        format: mp3, encoded by lame

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