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There's a lot of "mythology" among guitar players (and maybe musicians in general), in some ways similar to the audiophile community.As there is in every community, including this one. Just saying.
There's a lot of SM57s. Based on this video, I can infer that many musicians can tell a poor mic from a better one. I'm not a musician and I could tell just by listening to the tests.
And kick drum microphones don't need to be made for full frequency range.
And the video was fun.
i've never programmed for windows, not sure how to port it. i know i used some stuff from unistd.h
unrolled mono/stereoPardon my ignorance, but what is that?
Curiosity got the better of me and I thought I might give it a few runs timed - but Windows screams bloody murder no matter how nice and green https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/d25e6ff03748d19613794ca4a4ea07ea331d505d7c0b72cf5055596a98c5962c?nocache=1 looks.
Will rather wait a few updates. (Windows updates, I mean.)
Below is a screenshot of a right-click context menu of an audio file in EsPlaylist. I do not see Vital Bookmarks listed (Is it supposed to be?). Vital Bookmarks is listed under "View" & "Playback" in the main menu.
Another thing I noticed and I thought maybe EsPlaylist is at fault, but when clicking a saved bookmark, to play it, sometimes the track the bookmark is tied to will come into view in the playlist and be highlighted and play. And other times the bookmarked track will play but not come into view in the playlist, and not be highlighted. And if I scroll up or down in the playlist looking for the playing track; I have to go by title to locate it.
Windows 11 OS