Could you provide a sample of the piano solo in the end of current sample?
If you want really good sound I have some wax cylinders in the basement. This is another April Fool's stunt, right? B)
yes.. am a vinyl-freak.. but to do exact clone is impossible.. it is possible on the other hand.. to do a "perfect"digital track.. but if so.. the hole reproduction systemmust bee 100% digital.. and so on.but the human ear isn`t compatible....
@ff123: Are you sure that this CD is not a remastered version?
Another question: Will there ever be a Linux version of your abc/HR utility?I will try to port it with dumb interface (command-line, no ncurses,ASCII-art, no gpm support(cause I can't code that yet )
I am actually using some tool written by the author of MAD.It's very generic, takes two commandlines and mixes them,asks which is which few times and after the test gives out the probability.(Sorry, can't find that guy on the web... email, webpage?)
Why have you posted these in LPAC format, not FLAC?(I have to dload decoder now )
And what about this version ?piosample.pac ?
I definitely hear the higher frequencies in the CD version much better. The two samples are definitely different enough not to need ABX, in my opinion.
Hehe, I see what you did, Pio. I was thinking of doing something similar myself. This version sounds quite close to pksample.pac, and really does warrant the use of ABX. It's not quiet in my house right now, but I'll try to give it a go later.