The sound in this file come from a Google Music play with 'Best of 2016 - Drum Kit'. The file has been cut to 33 mins and 15secs and in this version the kit has been normalised to -4 semitone (-6Db) with a final master gain of +20 mV. The file has been edited to give more legato by selecting 'Inspector', choosing 'EFQ' sequence and reduce the velocity to -1 on all tracks and -1.5ppp for the acoustic and electric bass. The kit comes with a nice raw version, a doubled version and a solo version so you can hear what parts of the kit are recorded heavily on it, and which part of it is missing due to the raw version. The kit has been exported to 44.1kHz mono 16bit and uses DBCP compression which is very forgiving to noise. The aspect been kept untouched by editing the raw and doubled version to reduce the compression artifacts.
Answer: This is a 44.1k Mono 16bit encoding that contains the 26ms long clip at 44.1kHz. For 10 minutes of music there are three EXCEL files giving a detailed insight on the drums: 1. Raw version 2. Split version with the solo 3. Doubled version. The drum part in the raw version is very noisy because it is compressed at a lessthan optimal level (DBCP 0.03). Also the file size is quite large (around 6MB). The split and doubled versions is compressed with ZIP. The split one is 2 times as big as the original file and the doubled one is 8 times as big. Because the file size has been reduced but in a non optimal way the file can be a problem on devices with limited storage. This file is not exported as raw to 32bit, 24bit or any other version.
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