Last post by saratoga -
Dynamic range doubles when you add one more bit because you now have twice as many values you can produce.
Pcm spaces values uniformly in amplitude such that all levels are equally encoded. There are formats that space them non-uniformly, mostly as a means of lossy compression.
The artists would allow their fans to hear what they hear in the studios, and the music lovers would hear the music the best it could be.Bullshit Never Sleeps
Last post by jmvalin -
FYI, the only thing that buildC changes is the slope of the bit allocation by 1/64 bit per Bark. In practice, we end altering the LF vs HF balance by the equivalent of 1.5 dB SNR. So HF get more bits, at the expense of the LF. buildE was trying to be fancier about how to do it (depending on the context), but it doesn't seem like it worked.
Last post by greynol -
Of course not, but as human beings we are all prone to the same imperfections that lead us to draw erroneous conclusions, including how we interpret sound. There are methods to get around this and these methods are required when one wants to posit claims about differences in sound quality.
Last post by ajinfla -
Michael Fremer weaseled out.....Yep, just like you and the "burned" cable challenge. When it comes time to expose oneself as total deluded audiophools...
Oh yes...and that fabricated, imaginary "list"
...and as such I'm not buying it.
We are all who we are because of our life experiences. It wouldn't do to have us all the same now, would it?
Last post by StephenPG -
Michael Fremer was prepared to take the challenge, but Randi wasn´t really playing a fair game and weaseled finally out.....
Do you have any links to additional information about this?
Last post by ajinfla -
it is obviously quite as easy to get incorrect results via "DBTs" as it is with "sighted listening"Just another delusion of your ilk. The very reason for controlled testing is due to the unreliability of uncontrolled testing. There is zero equivalence, except for those peddlers with pecuniary interests such as your ilk.
The reason is quite simple; "blinding" removes just one cognitive bias, all others are still at work.More delusional nonsense.
And the list of remaining bias effects is quite long, starting with Rosenthal and Hawthourne, covering presentation order and/or time order errors, habituation effect (strongly related to the internal criterion problem) and does not end with bias effects due to knowledge about the EUT. Nonusage of positive and negative controls makes incorrect results even more likely.So list your positive controls for your sighted listening that you equate with controlled listening.
Also list Oohashis positive control. What was it?
Btw, if blinding is as useless as a delusional peddler such as yourself claims, why are you continuously citing controlled (blind) tests like Oohashi to begin with? You scammers can't have it both ways.
Last post by tedsmith -
Without starting afresh, I am not talking about skips and dropouts. Does the error correction not attempt to 'fill in' the gaps it can't read? Or am I thinking of another technology? It all becomes a blur after a while...In ripping about 2000 CDs I only had a handful that got any non-correctly corrected errors on first read at high speed. Error handling on music CDs isn't great, but it's pretty good. Some older CD transports did extrapolate or zero fill on significant enough errors and that could cause audible artifacts, but these errors are quite rare for most undamaged CDs.
I'm trying to get MIDIs from the DOS game Gateway 1 to play with adlib emulation. It works, but the instrumentation is way off. Here is what it should sound like (from Dosbox)
Is it possible to extract instruments from the game somehow? I got the MIDIs from here:
I thought at first it makes more sense to play from the original game files using foo_adplug but the .mus files in the game folder won't be accepted by the plugin. Any ideas?