We look at the audio processing work flow, noting that compression is done after editing and before you distribute your work on the Web, CD, in a presentation, and so forth. We will consider a few compression examples, and see rules of thumb for quality in different applications.We conclude by noting that all types of data can be compressed, and we can often tolerate some loss of information in the case of audio, video and image data.
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