ELIZABETH SEGRAN, FAST COMPANY:
"If you’re under the age of 35, chances are you don’t really remember what truly high-definition music is supposed to sound like.
"Instead of buying expensive stereo equipment for their homes, the average millennial is glued to his or her laptop, listening to music on Spotify and watching videos on YouTube. While the Internet has made it very convenient to find the latest hit song and listen to it on repeat, the sound quality of that song is going to be pretty darn low. By the time a song ends up in digital audio format, it carries as little as 3% of the original sound waves captured in the studio."
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