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Like everyone here, I've been deejaying and producing since teenage days. Music is a question of taste, but you can expect some quality things here productionwise - normalized in frequency spectrum and loudness, ready for DJ use.
My tracks are uploaded as hi-fi variable bitrate MP3s. VBR is roughly equivalent to 256 bps. 320 is pointless, as a 44.1kHz/16bit file will mathematically never use more than 256. Funny how everyone on soundcloud seems to think 320 is good. In any case, MP3 will always mean a certain amount of loss, so the only way to avoid that is to use WAV/AIFF/FLAC or RAR. In professional productions you should never employ MP3, no matter how high the bitrate.
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