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I am using extensively the equalizer in order to "linearize" the frequency response of my headphones, external portable speakers or even sometimes, the awful buzzy speaker of the mobile itself !
The problem is that when you are using lots of different speaker devices, there is no way to memorize your own EQ presets.
It's a big pain to change everytime the settings, because there are a lot of bands to change !
- Would it be possible to add a custom preset saving feature ?
- would it be also possible to let the user chosing between 3 bands / 15 bands / 31 bands / 62 bands ?
Only few bands are needed for people who are not sound specialists, but 31 or even 62 bands would be very appreciated for guys with "golden ears"
- my ultimate dream would have been to get a secondary equalizer set of 31 or 62 bands (maybe only available if chosing an advanced EQ mode) in order to help the sound of some badly mastered albums without having to change the settings of the first equalizer that would have been dedicated only to speaker imperfections (resonances) and acoustic placement compensations.
The preset saving feature is probably the urgent one (and I know I'm not the only one to ask for this !), chosing the number of bands would be also a great plus (for begginners AND audio pro guys like me), and getting a secondary equalizer would be the ultimate thing !
Thanks a lot in advance for the development team !
The query I posted above duplicates the same file twice in the created playlist.
Edit, silly me. I clicked twice on the query and it added them again.
Is there a way around this, without the need to remove duplicates from the Edit menu? See my settings for this.
Edit 2: Send to playlist fixed that. Sorry for that.
A simple Shift + Reload picked up the change for me.Ha, that worked!
It's funny, I even went into developer tools and right-clicked "reload" and selected "Empty Cache and Hard Reload" and that didn't do it.
But shift+reload works...
And if so, how did you do it?
Unfortunately the style.css is almost impossible to de-cache, but at least the manual has it embedded and gets updated with a simple reload.
How could I modify this to basically match artist and title even though the case of those would be different?
E.g. This Song Title and the other is This song title.
from mediaLibrary a
(select artist, title, length
group by artist, title, length
) b on (a.artist is b.artist
and a.title is b.title
and a.length is b.length)
order by a.title
And thanks @bennetng for posting your timing results.
It's amazing to me that WavPack can decode in a browser at over 100x realtime! Just for fun I opened up 5 different tabs and had a WavPack file playing in each one and was still under 20% CPU load.