There was a thread where this track was mentioned: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showtopic=57783 , posts 10-14
It's not enough to say it, you need to provide ABX logs in order to comply with our terms, especially when making incredible claims like the one you just made.
BTW what's a beatrate?
I quickly tried both Nero from 7-Feb 2006 using -q 0.3 -lc and Lame 3.98.4 -V3 and do not believe I would be able to pass an ABX test.
Have you tried Opus with this sample?
It looks like the amplitude of a saw-like sound in aac sample is lower than in an original one.
Please reassure me that I'm reading this wrong, or somehow out of context.
I couldn't ABX lame -v2.
I can't do it with AAC at v-5.
foo_abx 1.3.4 reportfoobar2000 v1.1.14 beta 12012/07/23 15:42:38File A: S:\320 GB HDD\??-??\NEW\Converter\input\Fighter_Beat_Loop.wavFile B: S:\320 GB HDD\??-??\NEW\Converter\output\Fighter_Beat_Loop (Opus 192 kbps).opus
can you nail down a freeformat@640?
I haven't used Windows in years. But from what I read here, fb2k outputs Opus files at 48000Hz.So, how does foo_abx handles files with different sample rates?Or is that irrelevant because the audio reaching the output device is mixed with a certain sample rate supported by the device?
No, Opus will not decode at 44100 Hz by default. 2012 is correct; please actually read what people say, rather than just waving it away.