|Originally posted by Meat187 |
Gonna give part 1 a listen, that tracklist looks nice. But damn, those wav files are huge.
Thanks for listening Meat..Sigh , yeah I even rendered in realtime, trying to make every bit count.
You should try to upload in Wav too imo, check out this info according to Soundcloud..
|"What’s the best file I can upload?"|
We recommend you to upload in a lossless format like WAV, FLAC, AIFF, or ALAC. If you can, the bit depth and sample rate should be 16 bit and 48 kHz respectively.
When you upload a track on SoundCloud, we optimize it for streaming. As part of that process, we resample and transcode it to a high-performance codec. These codecs are highly optimized, but they can increase peak levels, which can cause clipping. We recommend that you leave between -0.5 and -1 dBFS of headroom to prevent artifacts like clipping during transcoding. Make sure to check the resulting stream in the rare case where more headroom is required.