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is there any possible way to edit .wav files' tags (such as: title, artist, album, album art..) on android? I've tried a dozen apps from the store but none of them seem to work ://
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One of the advantages of running differential circuits is lower noise. My concern was thus increased noise in doing a direct connection since I would be loosing the differential operation...

Again, you're simply revealing your lack of understanding. Differential inputs are for rejecting common-mode noise*, which is rarely an issue in a domestic hi-fi situation, hence why it's uncommon.

I did prove my point despite the usual remonstrations.

The hole's getting deeper, it might be prudent to quit while you're behind?

* noise in the sense of unwanted signals, not noise in the sense of white noise due to unavoidable factors
3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: foo_youtube
Last post by TheQwertiest -
Tried the latest beta and could not reproduce the bug with art anymore. Thanks for fixing that!

[EDIT]: Is it possible to implement some sort of YT authentication so as to play private playlists/videos from YT account?
Sorry, i've forgotten one word in my sentence and the parameters were not defined.
So, here is the complete schematic for the motor force (BL) understanding IMHO.

General Audio / Re: TAudioConverter
Last post by dreamliner77 -
Is this project dead?
You'll need to put C:\Output in the Output path>Specify folder.

For the name format, you can use...

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If it was just one folder deep for all files, you could use

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but I thought that was probably unlikely??

Time to update your signature, delete all your vinyl rips and throw away your 32/384 ADC greynol. You need to buy a Zoom and rip your vinyls with the built-in mic. :))  :))  :))
General Audio / Re: Linux Audio Conversion Script Terminal Based
Last post by abajaj11 -
At the moment i'm using a mish mash of messy audio conversion scripts (found on github) to convert audio into different formats. I have a master FLAC collection and convert into different formats for different devices, ie. mp3, opus, ogg, aac  etc. My requirements are to keep the exact same directory structure, id tags, etc as the master collection and output them into required format. Does anybody know of a single script / tool what can do this what is terminal based and works on linux?
I wrote this for use on my linux mint box. Works great. Converts my entire flac tree to mp3. I have a similar one for wav, though anyone should be able to modify this one to do wav.
    if [ -z $1 ];then echo Give target directory such as . ; exit 0;fi
    find "$1" -depth -name '*' | while read file ; do
    directory=$(dirname "$file")
    oldfilename=$(basename "$file")
    newfilename=$(basename "${file%.[Ff][Ll][Aa][Cc]}")
    if [ "$oldfilename" != "$newfilename" ]; then
    ffmpeg -i "$directory/$oldfilename" -ab 320k "$directory/$newfilename.mp3" </dev/null
    rm "$directory/$oldfilename"
    #replace all flac occurences with mp3 within filenames
    find . -depth -name '*flac*' -execdir bash -c 'for f; do mv -i "$f" "${f//flac/mp3}"; done' bash {} +
    # replace flac with mp3 WITHIN all .m3u files
    find . -name "*.m3u" -exec sed -i 's/flac/mp3/g' {} +
Thank you for all these replies. I will go over and answer these soon enough. To quickly answer one question: In order to upload to Bandcamp you must use FLAC, WAV, or AIFF and it must be under 291MB. For my math calculation, this is the formula: Length of time in seconds(x) = 291. For example, 3600x = 291. I would divide the left side by 3600 and the right side by the same. This would result in X = 0.08083. I then take this number and convert it to kiloBytes, not bits. The results is 80.83, but I just round down to 80 and boom! I could convert this file at a bitrate of 80 KB/s. This works really accurately with fre:ac but Format Factory is meh. I'm trying to figure out a way to result in more listen-able file concerning volume at the source recording level.
FLAC / Re: CUETools DB Plugin Error: Ripping with Eac - HELP!
Last post by Gregory S. Chudov -
Some security software is preventing the C# compiler to generate the XML serialisation assembly for CTDB.
Apparently the serialization assembly can be pre-compiled and distributed with the application, but the process is a bit complicated.
I've tried to do it, but i'm not entirely sure if it's going to work. Can you try this for me? Just unpack the archive into EAC folder.