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Audio compression in RSI demystified by audio engineer Richard Schiller

By Dora Murgu on August 16, 2022

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Sound quality is something that accompanies us all day. From putting on the radio in the morning to binge-watching that new tv series late at night, good audio is something we often take for granted. Whilst it's usually quite easy to spot bad audio, good audio quality is in fact quite a complex matter. A good example is a decade-old discussion between vinyl-lovers and other audiophiles over which format provides superior sound quality: CD or vinyl.

In remote interpreting, being able to both receive and send quality audio is key. To ensure information is accurately processed and secure an enjoyable audio experience while protecting people's hearing.

Topics: Remote Interpreting Audio