35 years after the first CDs came on the market, we’re still using the same standard (16 bit/44.1 kHz) most of the time. Technological obstacles that were once limiting the resolution of the audio recording and reproduction are far gone. Computers and media players have been capable way more than that for quite some time now. That’s why high resolution audio is now making up for what was once a gap between a CD and high quality analog media.
We have selected 15 songs out of about 900 of them, from 173 artists that we have reviewed when gathering them for this compilation. Musicians featured on this compilation are of a great talent of performance and creativity. We are proud to offer you a peek at their work, inviting you to explore more about them.
This compilation is non-profit. All you pay is for material expenses and shipping.
Why 24 bit?
The bit depth is a unit that defines how finely the amplitude is chopped into
digital data. A CD uses 16 bit resolution which makes the amplitude divided into
65,000 parts. If we add 8 more bits, that is 24, we have the resolution increased
to 16,800,000 parts - 256 times finer than the one of a CD. And this is when we
talk about high resolution audio – a resolution that is superior to the one of our,
You might want to check our
first Erzetich 24-bit Compilation and
second Erzetich 24-bit Compilation.