Why are MQ Audios ideal for frequencies?

Why should you not trust just any frequency audio? 

Youtube audios and videos use lossy compression formats like MP3, WAV, WMA, AAC, and M4A in the upload process that compress and discard  audio data (to save space) during the encoding, resulting in a loss of quality and distorted frequencies in the audio. These compressed audios do more harm than good, as the listener is exposed to incorrect frequencies. This holds true even if the videos or audios are downloaded later using a lossless format.

To solve this problem, Metaphysical Quest provides platform support for FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) format for audios.

In the upload process, the recording remains untouched, and there is no loss of data.
Logically, this is healthiest for the listener when it comes to audios that contain frequencies.

MQ Audios that contain frequencies are superior to any other audio format available, as each audio is handcrafted with care to make sure no incorrect frequencies are present. Also, these audios are made using lossless format so that no audio data is discarded during the uploading and encoding process. This results in significantly larger files than compressed formats and is therefore much superior in quality for listening, when compared to lossy formats such as MP3, WAV, WMA, AAC, M4A, etc.

Always remember, when you are listening to audios containing frequencies, only trust lossless formats like FLAC (supported in MQ) to ensure there are no negative effects, as compressed formats like MP3 (found on Youtube and similar platforms) distort the actual frequencies. Metaphysical Quest solves this by enabling creators to upload FLAC audios on the platform preserving all audio data, without changing any frequencies, for optimum benefits.



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