MP3s are what you hear listening to streaming services like Spotify. Also what we use in our online music player. They are extremely small files but also the lowest quality you can listen to. WAV files run through an algorithm to remove 90% of the data without it affecting the song and converted to MP3. MP3s are our cheapest option and recommend them for those who want to listen on their phones offline.
Wave Files are less compressed than MP3 files. About 10x less. They are better sounding than MP3s but are larger in size. 16-bit WAV is common CD quality. However, we export in 24 bit wav which allows a larger dynamic range aka loudness range and improved listening experience. We recommend WAV for the standard listening experience. It's not the best, but it is very good quality.
As of 2020 FLAC is the highest quality audio you can hear today. Its compeletly lossless meaning no data is compressed or removed. We export in the highest bit depth and sample rate possible which can be up to 64-bit Float/384Khz. Instead of 44,100 samples per second. Its now 384,000 samples per second and 6 times the dynamic range compared to 16 bit WAV. Most noticable audio differences between MP3 and FLAC are things like reverb, 3D depth of instruments, overall clarity, volume differences, and higher frequency range. FLAC is also much larger in size though. We don't convert mp3 to FLAC, we record at the highest bit/sample rate so its truely the highest quality in modern audio history. Best for audiophiles around the world!
Stems are individual tracks used in the song itself. Usually delivered in a zipped folder 24bit/44.1 WAV. Can be used for resale (see "Resale" Terms and Conditions.) All sales final no refunds.
Stems can be bought and resold/performed as long as newer version has significant differences from original.