Geoff_Wood wrote on 3/6/2005, 11:23 PM
Ys, they become all the same peak volume. It is not possible to make an MP3 sound better, and 'digital sound' is usually a derogatory term.

It sounds like you want to boost the highs with EQ or maybe an 'exciter'. Unfortunately this is likely to do nothing but make the deficiencies of MP3 more obvious.

If you are making CDs, then try to use real linear PCM (wav) source media wherever possible. Otherwise just experiment witht he tools included with CDA.

Steve H wrote on 3/30/2005, 4:23 AM
We have been using Izotope / Ozone 3 for our mastering.

Mp3 kills audio quality but then those who use and purchase them dont seem to mind.

try http:/ for demo