Core (2011-12-02 15:07:36 UTC) foobar2000 core 1.1.10foo_albumlist.dll (2011-12-02 15:06:12 UTC) Album List 4.5foo_audioscrobbler.dll (2012-02-21 12:41:33 UTC) Audioscrobbler 1.4.7foo_cdda.dll (2011-12-02 15:06:00 UTC) CD Audio Decoder 3.0foo_converter.dll (2011-12-02 15:05:44 UTC) Converter 1.5foo_dsp_std.dll (2011-12-02 15:06:12 UTC) Standard DSP Array 1.0foo_fileops.dll (2011-12-02 15:05:08 UTC) File Operations 2.1.3foo_freedb2.dll (2011-12-02 15:05:08 UTC) freedb Tagger 0.6.4foo_input_std.dll (2011-12-02 15:05:54 UTC) Standard Input Array 1.0foo_masstag.dll (2011-12-30 10:55:34 UTC) Masstagger 1.8.4foo_out_asio.dll (2012-05-11 11:17:32 UTC) ASIO support 2.1.1foo_rgscan.dll (2011-12-02 15:05:48 UTC) ReplayGain Scanner 2.1.2foo_ui_std.dll (2011-12-02 15:06:24 UTC) Default User Interface 0.9.5foo_unpack.dll (2011-12-02 15:05:24 UTC) ZIP/GZIP/RAR Reader 1.6
Not sure if this is the right place or if i should start a new thread:I get the same error but I'm not repeatedly using play/pause, just playing tracks and then after a random amount of time the playback "sticks" and I receive that same error message.
When performing playback of some tracks with different formats, ASIO plug-in repeats play and pause.If the condition is as described above, I think the cause is the same.You are using version 2.1.1 of foo_out_asio.dll also in my environment.However, the problem does not seem to occur in version 1.2.7.
Does ASIO not like VBR maybe?
All the files are mp3 V0 encoded in Foobar from the original CDs.Does ASIO not like VBR maybe?Then again, I also get this when tuned into internet radio station, 128k mp3 stream (nominal)
Would that other earlier version work for you and if so where could I get a copy to see if it fixes my problem?
It cannot "sound better" as the original was also bit perfect. Either it is coloring the audio, making it louder, doing something else wrong, or it is actually doing nothing at all and you are mistaken.It may behave better for you than the official components, but it lists unsubstantiated claims of better quality. Well, unless by better quality, the author means better quality of user experience.Otherwise, if you think it literally sounds better, you need to substantiate those claims with DBT, or retract them. It may also be possible that your drivers are seriously broken, and that something really does sound better.