Last post by Case -
It can't alter the behavior of foo_fileops. It is launched from context menu Utilities -> Rename tracks. And it doesn't do moving, it always renames. It does indeed allow you to alter the case of dirs and files. Note that its string is configured in Preferences -> Tools -> Renamer. It will show a preview but won't allow touching any config at that point.
Last post by tedsmith -
Are you using the foo_input_sacd plug-in? And if so which version? It has configuration options which can output PCM and some versions also have a output sample rate choice. But basically if you are using foo_input_sacd and dsf or dff files play correctly an iso should as well.
Last post by Anselm -
That sounds pretty close to my plan, yet I'm not willing to switch to columns ui as I simply love facets and that seems to be the only option when it comes to tags access from nowplaying-stuff.... Though I catched some nice ideas from your screenshot is that everything that you got there?
Last post by j7n -
Clipping is hard to hear in a busy mix, such as in most rock music and modern pop, which is harsh due to multiple causes, chosen samples, distortion plugins, treble boost. Contemporary music is indeed not good sounding. I guess declipping shouldn't be applied by default. If the samples and total mix takes the bite of the clipping into account, restored tonal components and reduced click, for example, in drums, could radically change the balance.
I looked at Day & Age from the Killers, and there further processing and filtering has been done, and clipped samples cannot be isolated.
I will post clips from real albums that are significantly improved. Stereo Tool expands drums more, and removes all buzzing in the queen sample. It gives better results with heavy clipping. On voice and tones both tools work well, and I can't tell a difference.
In analysis, Izotope RX offers a "multi-resolution" spectrum mode, which gives good frequency resolution for bass and good time resolution for highs on the same picture. Log scale is quite usable in this mode. But it is so extremely slow that I rarely use it. An accidental roll of the mouse wheel causes the zoom to change, and the spectrogram to be rebuilt. With non-integral zoom ratios, the waveform looks fuzzy.
Last post by Atmasphere -
If you are having sibilance problems, it could be caused by a high frequency resonance.
This is caused by the inductance of the cartridge and the capacitance of the tone arm cable. Together the two form a high frequency tuned circuit which can be pesky if its just at or above the audio spectrum. Using a low capacitance cable can help out, and its also a good idea to load the cartridge, since all high output moving magnet cartridges are directly affected by loading at audio frequencies.
I already dropped your inductance value in the calculator on that page. If you are using low capacitance cable, the resonant frequency is under 30KHz. If your cartridge is the 600mh version, the peak is a bit lower. I assumed 70pf for your phono cable, but if its more than that it would drive the resonance into the upper region of the audio band.