The Mastered for iTunes format


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The Mastered for iTunes format

Mastered for iTunes is a program that Apple introduced in 2012, where the iTunes Store accepts high-resolution master files and provides higher-quality AAC encodes as a result. Music files that are supplied at 96 kilohertz/24-bit will have Mastered for iTunes icon placed beside them to identify them as such. Although any sample rate that's 24-bit file will be considered. Mastered for iTunes does not mean that a mixer, producer, or mastering facility does anything special to the master except to check for what it will sound like before it's submitted to iTunes and then check it later again before it's posted in the iTunes Store.

All encoding for iTunes will be done by Apple, not by the mastering house, record label, or artist. The reason for this is to keep the encodes consistent and to prevent anyone from gaming the system by hacking the Encoder. This also avoids any potential legal problems that might occur when a mixer, producer, or mastering house sends the files directly to iTunes ...

The Mastered for iTunes format
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The Mastered for iTunes format provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Bobby Owsinski as part of the Audio Mastering Techniques

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Audio + Music
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iTunes Pro Tools
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