You guys that download a single APE/Flac file and use medieval cue splitter, or some other garbage splitter, and delete the cue sheet are butchers imo.
Can anyone tell me if there's a scientific reason not to use m4a to archive lossless audio?
These Shure ear buds made all the difference
With the stock ipod ear buds it's really pointless to go lossless I think.
There has to be a happy medium out there but that would leave me with maintaining two archives again. I would essentially be replacing my mp3's not the Flac. I was hoping to replace the flac and delete the mp3's.
http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showtopic=16295ABX'ing will add credibility to your claim(s)...You may be surprised by the results....
I understand why he wants to use Cuesheets - he wants to keep all the pre-gap / count down information - so that burnt CDs will be identical to the originals, not just in terms of audio data, but in terms of track position and track count-downs on a "real" CD player. Maybe he cares about Hidden Track One Audio too - maybe even CD-text (can Cuesheets do that properly?).Can you get this right without Cuehseets?I understand you've got to decade back to .wav from ALAC to use Cuesheets properly, but assuming you're willing to do this, that's a solution - is there another?Cheers,David.
Does anyone know why Burrn or EAC can't burn ALAC using a cue file?