Rolling Stone has put together a detailed follow up to our earlier story regarding the backlash of music fans and producers against overcompressed and artificially loud sounding music. The story talks to a number of luminaries including Butch Vig (Against Me!, Nirvana), Rob Cavallo (Green Day), Kim Deal (Pixies) and others.

In addition, the article has some interesting graphics to give a sense of how it all works and what the impact has to music. In the end, it also makes reference to a number of badly mastered albums, adding praise for Bob Dylan while condemning Fall Out Boy's Infinity on High.

You can check it out here.