Compressed vs Uncompressed audio files – what is the difference?

When should you use compressed and uncompressed audio formats?

Well, the answer is pretty simple… if you can use uncompressed audio, you should.

But, in this video, I let you know what you need to know about compressed and uncompressed audio formats, including sampling rate, bit depth and bit rate, as well as the different levels of bit rate (128kbps up to 320kbps and what the difference is).
== Related Videos ==

How to use compression in audio recording – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKlH1XerG1c&list=PLc8Xg_23Wa546Bw_J0rRmVnMzkaBgLP05
How to release music in 2019 – https://youtu.be/o0ELkDR80QE
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