Recording Songs

For the record, I was already going to make a review about: Tidal vs. Spotify. But I assume that would be too complicated and too long to be put in any blog.

Simply put, if you’re already satisfied enough with AAC 320kbps, go for Spotify. But if you’re an audiophile which has very sensitive ears and want to experience the best sound quality — that is, FLAC 1,411kbps — then Tidal is the obvious choice.

Fun fact: Spotify subscription price in Indonesia is cheaper than in Singapore. I’m both happy and sad because this implies that Singapore is more prosperous than Indonesia — which is quite apparent.


As you can see on the most left picture, I recorded a song using a software at A = 432 Hz and 320kbps bitrate. I’ve read several articles about 432 Hz frequency, and if there’s one thing that’s true about it is that 432 Hz sounds better and emit better aura than the conventional 440 Hz, in my opinion.

And this is the end of this post. Thank you for reading and here’s a song for you at 432 Hz. Enjoy. 🙂


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