Message from discussion Audio Alchemy's EDR*S Processing Impressions
From: James Durkin <j...@graphics.cornell.edu>
Subject: Re: Audio Alchemy's EDR*S Processing Impressions
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tommor...@aol.com (TomMorley) writes:
> ogi...@imec.be (Werner Ogiers) writes:
>> You can't increase the resolution of a given recording.
> But music is not random bits. The same is true of images. This is
> why image compression can work.
Would you care to elaborate on this? This statement, in and of
itself, doesn't seem to say a heck of lot. Just because music isn't
random, doesn't imply that you know enough about the underlying
continuous signal, given a limited resolution approximation, to
reconstruct it at some higher resolution.
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