Everyone must know what audio file or what we call the music files, but not everyone knows about these technologies in depth. It looks trivial or unimportant to you to learn more. But the science is very useful for anyone who wants to make a recording of music or just simply to maximize the audio quality when you hear yourself.
Therefore, if would be a bit explores in depth understanding of the audio file where it also could optimize the audio quality when you hear the music later. This is the fifth important terms in the audio file which shall ye know.
1. Sample Rate
How does an audio device while recording? The device works by capturing the sound waves on a periodic basis or take from time to time it is called 'Snapshot'. Where each snapshot is called Sample and intervals are used every snapshot is called Sample Rate. The shorter the interval, the faster the frequency, if the frequency is faster then the audio quality will be more accurate.
Many people assume that the same bitrate with Sample Rate, but they have a fundamental berbedaan. Bitrate is the amount of voice data processed per second, and this is usually multiplied by Sample Rate with bit depth. For example, audio files with Sample Rate 44.1 kHz and 16-bit depth will have as much as 705.6 Kbps bitrate. So if the higher bit depth, the recording will also be well and good.
3. Stereo vs Mono
Many people still do not understand the difference between Stereo and Mono. In a nutshell is Mono means one channel, while Stereo means two channels. Two channels in Stereo can be called the 'Left' and 'Right'. So when you hear music with the stereo type of headphone you will hear two different sounds between Left and Right. But it would be very different if you listen to the file type Mono, you only hear the music were flat.
Stereo audio files of type also have more memory than files of type Mono. So if you are planning to reduce the audio file size significantly then changing into Mono Stereo music is the right step. But you bear your own risk, because your music will sound flat later.