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sending WAV files via internet

Discussion in 'Recording' started by fgarcherd, Apr 4, 2011.

  1. fgarcherd

    fgarcherd Member

    Apr 4, 2011
    mankato, mn
    i'm just wondering if uploading WAV files to a site like box.net, and then downloading them from another computer will damage the quality of the files. It wouldn't make sense, since they're still WAV files, but I want to make sure. anyone know?
  2. mdb

    mdb Active Member

    Dec 23, 2009
    Okanagan, Canada
    No, it should not damage the files.
  3. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Guest

    Sep 26, 2005
    It's simple to do your own tests. Really it is. Since these filesharing networks are still sharing data files, they can't be transposing the numbers. So no degradation. No differences in the clocking jitter either. What you've got is what you get.

    I gotta' go getting something?
    Mx. Remy Ann David
  4. MadMax

    MadMax Distinguished Member

    Mar 18, 2001
    Sunny & warm NC
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    The only way that the quality of the files will be damaged, is generally by the 6" on the receiving end, when they replay it.

    But to save some corruption possibility of damaged data bits, and a corrupted/unusable file, it never hurts to zip up a file when doing simple http transfer. Otherwise, s/ftp is 100% accurate.

    Its the damage done by the individuals BEFORE and AFTER the transfer that you really only need worry about.

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