Strangely after converting album in FLAC tracks to multitrack file in another format generates different tracks. Comparing the first track foobar complains about different length:
so why shouldn't it feed that many samples to the converter and why shouldn't he expect the same number of samples to show up in the resulting FLAC?
The difference will be a multiple of 1/75th of a second, which for a presumably 96 KHz "hi-res" vinyl rip is going to be 1280 samples. 22897920 is indeed a multiple of 1280.
cuesheets for non 44.1 audio should use sample numbers instead of mm:ss:ff
Quote from: jcoalson on 14 April, 2007, 12:43:19 PMcuesheets for non 44.1 audio should use sample numbers instead of mm:ss:ff
CUEs are meant to represent CDs, not provide chapter support for arbitrary media.
FLACs were cut exactly (non-CUE normalized) whích probably lead to CUEsheet rounding in resulting multitrack file.
sox -n -b 24 -r 96000 -c 2 triangle_24_96_15m.flac synth 900 triangle 200
PERFORMER "test"TITLE "pink noise"FILE "pink_24_96_15m.flac" WAVETRACK 01 AUDIOINDEX 01 00:00:00PERFORMER "test"TITLE "first track"TRACK 02 AUDIOINDEX 01 03:58:39PERFORMER "test"TITLE "second track"