LOOP Music Cloud to Store Your High-Definition Audio
What a wonderful world we live in: the quality is in favor, music is popular as never before, accessible for everyone who's willing to fill their days with sounds. The transition to High-Definition audio is one of the greatest achievements of modern society which marks the complete defeat of consumerism in music, and it's something you and me should be proud about. Like any major change, this one also leads to some complications with the way we store and listen to music.
Two significant factors cause these complications:
1. High-Definition audio takes much spaceThis is because High-Definition songs are uncompressed (or underwent lossless compression). What we would usually hear from Youtube, streaming services or radio is a compressed audio which has small size as it was deliberately reduced to take less space, but the main 'but' in this story is that during the compression process lots of audio data is irreversibly lost. That is how we have ten-minute tracks that take up 5 MB.
2. Not all apps can play High-Definition audioHigh-Definition audio has a bit more elaborate audio codecs and is more difficult to support from the technical point of view. Apple, for instance, created their own Hi-Res formats and called it ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec). What is interesting about these formats is that they transmit the original sound of a recording with all the finest nuances. Meanwhile, lossy music lacks high frequencies and sounds 10% of what it actually could have. It's like you watch a trailer and think we've seen a film.
OK, if playing High-Definition music is somehow possible through conversion FLAC or WAV to ALAC, or using special apps like VOX Music Player (later on that), storing it remains a knotty problem. Most online music locker either convert any Hi-Res format to MP3 (or AAC) or just don't let you upload it.
However, there's one that surpasses the rest in the number of supported formats, storage capacity, and functionality.
LOOP has no limitations - it stores unlimited amounts of music. You can upload thousands, millions of songs. There is no boundary for a real music lover in LOOP. There is also no restrictions on the number of devices you can sync you LOOP account with. Even within your family, with two Macs, fours iPhones and a pair of Apple Watches. This might sound like a dream, but it’s not. LOOP doesn’t compress the quality of the High-Definition files that you upload into it because it supports the following music formats:
- WAV and others
LOOP for VOX is available on Mac, iPhone and Apple Watch, however, using LOOP requires VOX Music Player.
See for yourself. Here's to how to easily free your HDD space and listen to all your music with LOOP for VOX by the Coppertino team.
Step 1. Start using LOOP Music Cloud Storage
Step 2. Upload Music into LOOP
Step 3. Enjoy your Hi-Res collection.
What is VOX Music Player?
Why choose VOX and LOOP?It lets you sync all your Mac and iPhone music libraries. You can use one LOOP account for all your devices. It supports a broad array of audio formats. You may both lossy and lossless music. However, we thoroughly recommend you to give your preference to lossless music. The times of conversion lossless to lossy are already in the past and LOOP played a great deal in it. The playback is outstanding, that's for sure. Why? Just because both VOX and LOOP were designed for music lover by music lovers and it means that the major focus was the quality of the playback.
So what now?Fortunately, developers at Coppertino have concluded that storing High-Definition audio files on any device is inconvenient and somewhat old-fashioned. It’s the era of online music lockers, and LOOP Music Cloud Storage is the one solution.
Now that we don’t fret over the HHD space the possibility of our music to be compressed, we can relax and appreciate what musician recorded in studios. The quality of the sound is fantastic, and each song makes you believe artists are singing right next to you.