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Old 20 June 2005, 09:39 pm   #6
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I have edited my post some seconds before you replied, please reread.

If you find my reply unhelpful, there's not much I can do. My "tests" confirm that other codecs produce artifacts as well, so I don't know what you're trying to say.

You have provided no real world example that portrays a similar artifacting.

And as I said before, only in very extreme, unnatural cases of amplification, such artifacts are noticable. The very design of lossy audio codecs is meant to change the audio signal without causing a change in perceptual quality. This is what Musepack does excellently. What you call a "problem" is not a real-world, natural condition problem.
Until you provide any real world example of such artifacting, there's not much left to be said.
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