Tidal has launched the premium tier of its subscription-based music streaming service, which costs twice the amount of a standard $10 account with the company. While the $20-per-month price tag for Tidal premium may seem steep, that subscription serves users lossless audio. The MP3 format reached Web stardom and widespread adoption because it used small files sizes to capture most of the sound mixed by artists in studios — most. However, to achieve files sizes that average about 1 MB per minute of audio, MP3s drop a good deal of quality.
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