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Virtual music reproduction scheme achieves file size 1,000 times smaller than MP3

Rich Pell
4/2/2008 05:00 PM EDT

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Mohammed Hamed
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re: Virtual music reproduction scheme achieves file size 1,000 times smaller than MP3
Mohammed Hamed   4/16/2008 8:56:19 PM
I don't see how practical that will be. I expect the models to be very complicated and to record an actual song a huge numbers of those modeled are needed given all the varieties of instruments that musicians use nowadays. The players are another story. I would be more interested in seeing better compression schemes and larger storage capabilities plus more reliance on wireless technology. The technique may be very useful in other areas other than music.

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