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Last post by sveakul - @veksha: I noticed that you have posted .42 of Multisource over at Reddit. Can you tell us what changes were made from .41? I have been having such problem-free results with .41 that I hesitate to update it without knowing if there are any performance improvements I might benefit from. Thanks.
Last post by Qboy61 -
That's excellent... Thanks. Been trying to understand why my mono WAV files were playing quieter than stereo. Looks like this is a foobar2k PC thing only. Foobar2k on Mac already interprets single channel WAVs as full amplitude on both channels without the DSP addon so I was thrown a bit there. Are there default multichannel WAV file amplitude mix values? Single channel WAVs are applied at -6dB to both left and right. Two channel files are at 0dB channel 1 to left and channel 2 to right. Do you know the default mix ampltudes for the WAV files with more than 2 channels when played on 2 channel systems? Is this a standard or just software preference?
Last post by Porcus -
I wonder, why are you using the "converter"? A media player can index your files where they are.
I don't know if MediaMonkey has an "external" database (fb2k does not do that by default, but it can be done) - the typical way of doing all this is to read from tags. (Are you simply referring to playlist item numbers? It might be that you have gotten some terminology wrong and therefore are putting the software at work with something else than you think it is doing, hence all these dumb questions.)