Musicam


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Musicam

(audio, compression)
A name for MPEG-1 Layer 2 used for broadcasting. Common data rates are 192, 224, and 256 kbps.
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MUSICAM

A brand of audio codecs from MUSICAM USA, Holmdel, NJ, www.musicamusa.com. MUSICAM algorithms were initially used as a basis for the development of MP2 audio (MPEG-1 Layer II), but were later removed.
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Theme of the 2018 congress is 'Musicam Sacram, Ginintuang Taon: Balik-Tanaw Tungo sa Bagong Landasin.'
Musicam, absque demonstrationibus quae melius novistis, iuxta mandatum vestrum brevius ac puerilius, ut potui, ex dictis philosophorum praesentibus, scribo vobis" Michel Robert-Tissot has established by a process of elimination that John of Mirovalle is the only minister general of the order who could have commissioned the Ars musica.
"The final clash would occur over the publication of the 1967 instruction, Musicam sacram, issued jointly by the Consilium for the Implementation of the Constitution on the Liturgy and the Sacred Congregation of Rites.
See also Documents of the Second Vatican Council, The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, Sacrosanctum concilium 60-63, 79; and Instruction on the Proper Implementation of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, Inter oecumenici 6, 34; and, Instruction on Music in the Liturgy, Musicam sacram 45.