Many new cars aren’t equipped with CD players, so give your fans an alternative to streaming with high-quality WAV files in 16 or 24-bit audio. These files are loaded onto a USB with much more space than any other form of physical media.

 

USB is a great way to distribute your entire body of musical work, artwork, behind-the-scenes stories, and videos, the possibilities are endless!

Give your fans a reason to talk about you! Your USB can be printed and/or laser-engraved in your brand. With the added space, your fans can add their files to the USB without affecting your locked content, and carry your USB everywhere.

Meaning they will interact with your brand and advertise for you, even when they are not listening to the songs! 

Instead of handing out a bulky brochure, you can even use a USB to load your entire product catalog. They are great icebreakers/ conversation starters at trade shows and can be used to streamline the signup process online. After years of availability to audiophiles only, high-resolution audio (or ‘hi-res audio’) has become mainstream, due to massive support from streaming services (Amazon Music HD, Apple, Spotify & Tidal) and HR Audio products (smart-phones and digital hi-fi components) alike.

Should you care about high-res audio? If having the best digital music experience is of importance to you, then yes; hi-res audio is definitely worth your time.

Hi-res audio is Audio files with a higher sampling frequency and/or bit depth than a CD, which is specified at 16-bit / 44.1kHz. These can be 24-bit up to 192 kHz sample rates.

The sampling rate denotes the frequency samples of the signal taken each second during the conversion of the analog signal to digital. Measured accuracy increases the higher the bit rate. Converting 16-bit to 24-bit provides a noticeable leap in quality and audio resolution. The common sampling frequency of 96kHz or 192kHz at 24bit represents high-resolution audio files, 88.2kHz or 176.4kHz files are also available.

 

Modern electric and gas powered motor vehicles now accept USB drives – in FAT32 formatting – allowing consumers and audiophiles’ access to hi-res audio files in FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec File) or WAV formats – 24-bit up to 192 kHz. Allowing a studio-quality listening experience as it was intended by the producers and artists!

The future is already here in the car and home stereo accepting higher resolution audio – so you can reach practicing and future audiophiles immediately with your music in Hi-Res formats today.

Hi-res audio because of its depth, bit-rate and frequency are larger than MP3, which is where most streaming services are reluctant to offer them to consumers. Thankfully, storage on a USB, UHD, Vinyl Records or Feel the Music BluRay discs are an affordable alternative, and these days there are a plethora of high-capacity devices and players that accept these formats.

 

Start putting money back in your pocket with 4 album sets or your entire catalog of 24bit Wav, 16bit Wav & MP3 all in one impressive, branded package.

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