A quick video I knocked up (sorry about the typo) to demonstrate the vast difference in quality between the ultra efficient open source Vorbis codec and the outdated, but more widely used, MPEG 2 Layer 3 audio format, encoded with LAME, the highest quality MP3 codec.
I recommend watching in HD for the best results, YouTubes 240p gives only 64kb/s MP3 so you won't hear any difference between the three versions, 360p and 480p will do OK but won't give total transparency.
As Vorbis uses an average bitrate, to make sure the comparison was fair, I used an average bitrate with the MP3 version as well.
As can be seen on the spectrogram, Vorbis cut's the top off at 15KHz while MP3 cuts off around 10-11KHz. Although there are some noticeable differences between the original and the Vorbis version (pre-echo, mainly) they are far less unpleasant to listen to, than the ones in the MP3 version (chirping, mettallic ringing, and an 'underwater feeling').
I've done all the processing and uploading losslessly for the best quality, doing so ensures transparency in HD mode.
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