Rick is in Far North Queensland, originally from Melbourne. He's done live gigs, sessions, film, radio and TV advertising, TV scores, writing, production, arranging and heaps more stuff.


All files are WAV format.

The WAV format is one of the most important audio files used in recording and producing situations. It is known as an uncompressed audio format, which means that the file generally is meant to be as much of a perfect representation of the recorded audio as possible. This type of format is intended to capture every possible detail inside the sound, without changing or leaving any part of it out.
Many DAWs will record using this file format due to its ability to capture and store as much detail as possible. Due to the high level of detail stored inside this file format, these files tend to be larger than others. Generally speaking, a WAV file will be about 10 megabytes for every minute of recorded sound. While this may not seem too big, it can be much more difficult to stream and download this large song. Therefore, WAV files are generally used in a recording context, when the individual stems and tracks need to be as high quality as possible.
Many audiophiles and people who are truly passionate about music will also try to listen to music in uncompressed file formats because of this. WAV files contain more clear, dynamic, and high-quality audio files than other smaller and more compressed file types. Fundamentally, WAV files give the listener or producer the highest quality but at the cost of the largest file size.


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