Conservation of identity when using lossy methods works differently with sound than with images. Will I recognize this sound if I put it through image changes? The sound’s intelligibility survived “convert to binary” (2 bit) and doing an outline of the binary forms. but it did not survive a number of other ways. Erosion was the most fascinating though, as it played every sound the test voice I used was capable of all at once but in the rhythm of speaking.

Conservation of identity when using lossy methods works differently with sound than with images.

Will I recognize this sound if I put it through image changes?

The sound’s intelligibility survived “convert to binary” (2 bit) and doing an outline of the binary forms.

but it did not survive a number of other ways. Erosion was the most fascinating though, as it played every sound the test voice I used was capable of all at once but in the rhythm of speaking.

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