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@RUADJAI At this point, this is a sterile debate. I am talking about getting a continuous analog signal and transforming it into a discrete digital signal with the best result. And the best result means to obtain a digital signal almost identical to the analog signal.

And this debate is eternal because some defend that 44100 is enough, and others defend the idea of “the more sample rate, the better”. And this is the reason why SACD, Blu-ray audio, and hi-res files exist today.

P.S: I'm sorry. English is not my first language and it's really difficult for me to have a technical debate. 

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7 hours ago, Aiwa08 said:

Like A Prayer and Express Yourself. The source? Obviously master tapes. Sadly,  I think many remixes were created at CD/DVD quality (oh, those days when the vinyl was almost dead)

EXACTLY, that's why even the most recent remixes needed remastering for the whole compilation to have at least a minimal sonic coherence.

Mike Dean did a good job bringing as much sound bits as he had into the mix, the work he did on some of the early tracks is really impressive.

Regarding this whole spectrogram experts debate, my take is I'd rather wait for the CD in order to hear the tracks fully linked to my good old sound system and speakers (no wifi bluetooth whatever beaming streaming thingy that always adds or takes away a little something to the music even at the higher bitrates, I believe in physical).

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9 hours ago, Prayer said:

Mmm what format you have? ALAC (Apple Lossless, the equivalent of FLAC)? And if so, ripped from CDs or downloaded locally from Apple Music? In any case Apple Lossless should be as good as FLAC but it depends on the original source. For instance, "Like A Virgin", the album, on iTunes and Apple Music is not the best source, so even if its Lossless is going to sound a little bit meh.

 

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20 hours ago, thegoldencalf said:

As far as I’m aware we have no indication that anything was developed for it. If there was it’s most likely it would have surfaced on this compilation or hopefully on the Ray Of Light reissue

I can't remember where I read about it, but the tracklist was mostly the remixes we had in the singles apart from the ROL Orbit's full version and a longer Frozen mix version.

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4 hours ago, EgoRod said:

I can't remember where I read about it, but the tracklist was mostly the remixes we had in the singles apart from the ROL Orbit's full version and a longer Frozen mix version.

Probably the full ROL version will finally get a release since she’s mentioned how much she loves it quite a few times

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19 minutes ago, thegoldencalf said:

Probably the full ROL version will finally get a release since she’s mentioned how much she loves it quite a few times

Imagine as like a Disc 2 moment in the ROL reissue. It would be over for us with Ray of Light (10 Minute Version).

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34 minutes ago, thegoldencalf said:

I’m sure Ray Of Light will deliver lots of goodies and exclusive material

I know that the Demo Assembly CD leaked here and I know that I may be reaching at this point but wouldn't it be also nice if she can also release it officially too?

I could finally put NLAS on Spotify and get teary-eyed again. :Madonna041:

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11 minutes ago, gafuller said:

We are off topic but does anyone have insight on this supposed listing for Veronica Electronica?

https://www.discogs.com/release/6042413-Madonna-Veronica-Electronica-4

There's no insight. It's a bootleg. Hence: "This release has been blocked from sale in the marketplace. It is not permitted to sell this item on Discogs."

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19 minutes ago, Blue Jean said:

I’m surprised so many people claim they can hear such a difference

You are forgetting two basic things:

a) The main one: the digital signal is more close to the original analog signal at 192000 Hz than 44100 Hz. This is why many people can hear a difference below 20000 Hz (specially in a hi-end stereo system).

b) Although you can't hear the music, you still can feel the sound vibrations through your body.

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7 minutes ago, Dj Garrido said:

Guys, I searched in several sources and did not find when EVERYBODY hit #1 in the Billboard Dance Charts. Can someone please explain me this? Thanks ina advance.

"You Can Dance" Single Edits did, as a whole. That's why "Everybody", "Physical Attraction" and "Into The Groove", on their You Can Dance edits, are included on this compilation, representing that #1.

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