Each recorded listing has a "Sound quality" description. Here are clear definitions of what to expect on each one!
Professional First-Rate - The best form of quality. Anything that has this has been professionally edited or mixed and is the highest quality experience available on this site. These were also created in my recording studio in my own home which is completely soundproofed and has excellent acoustics. I turned one of my upstairs bedrooms into an efficient, professional recording studio that any drummer would envy! And of course, a microphone mic boom stand was used so I didn't have to touch the microphone when I talk as well as a shock mount, condensor microphone, and all the equipment the pros use. This allows a sexier sound so you don't hear shuffling. Total recording equipment (mics, mixers, equalizers, etc.) worth around $2,000. (Soundproofing and acoustics worth about $5,000)
Great - Very few scratches and knicks. Very nice and pleasant listening experience. Recorded using a $99 Logitech headset microphone.
Good - Some scratches may be heard. Also the sound clarity may be slightly mumbled or hard to hear at some points, but overall a nice listening experience. Recorded using a $40 Logitech headset microphone.
Poor - There is only recording with poor sound quality and I've only left it up due to it's popularity. It has several knicks, scratches in recording despite sound editing. This was partly due to a poor sound converter that inserted invisible "beats" throughout the recording. However I do plan on remastering that recording very soon. Recorded using a $99 digital voice recorder. If you buy it now, you will receive a free upgrade of it when it has been remastered. (The remastered version will go up in price for people who don't have it now).