[icecast] Applying dynamic compression to live audio

Geoff Shang gshang at uq.net.au
Thu Apr 4 06:45:23 PST 2002



On Thu, 4 Apr 2002, Jack Moffitt wrote:

> While dynamic compression makes the transmission 'smaller' on FM radio,
> it makes music harder to compress by psychoacoustic codecs, and therefor
> you might have somewhat of a quality hit, although I haven't tested
> this.

Quite possible, though I'm only using 56kbps 22khz stereo anyway so that's
not such a big deal.  I really need it to even out levels, however, which
is more important to me.

Geoff.


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