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Started by nab, October 03, 2006, 09:34:03 PM
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Quote1. I can't seem to make winamp crossfade between tracks with any consistency or satisfaction. This is most annoying with my lossless music. What is the best way to configure Winamp to crossfade seamlessly, or, is there a better free player out there?
Quote2. When I listen to a Flac file I notice a difference in the Kbps that are played back as opposed to a WAV or SHN file (which play back at higher bitrates). Is it worth the time to decode flacs before listening?
Quote3. When archiving, how do you guys keep track of specific show information that you have so you can quickly know if you can help someone out (not just with a specific date, but maybe a specific source as well).
Quote from: phan003 on October 03, 2006, 10:03:17 PMQuote1. I can't seem to make winamp crossfade between tracks with any consistency or satisfaction. This is most annoying with my lossless music. What is the best way to configure Winamp to crossfade seamlessly, or, is there a better free player out there?DL itunes, it has seamless playback and will sound better. It is also free.
Quote from: jephrey on October 03, 2006, 10:54:06 PMFirst off, for your own stuff it's okay, but don't expect to trade the EAC'd files. You should be trading the source that is in the database. True, there are EAC'd sources out there, but usually only when that's the only thing available. So for stuff you rip and convert to a lossless type, you really don't need any fingerprint file or anything. At that point, since they won't be traded, go ahead ond use apple lossless and itunes.
Quote from: nab on April 13, 2007, 09:50:05 AMHonestly though, this whole post whoring thing is getting to be a little ridiculous. But does having a higher post count make a cooler pauger?
QuoteEven in a small room, with multiple sets of speakers you could be creating phase cancellation/time smear problems.
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