In the meantime I'll be enjoying music at any listening level without worrying about how it looks on a computer screen or having my enjoyment be dictated by numerical figures on a piece of paper or how much I spent on the equipment.
RE: Tone controls are badly implemented
Not those that are well-designed (in terms of how they alter tonal quality). To suggest that all tone controls are badly implemented is idiotic. Furthermore I contend that the average listener doesn't know how to use them. This includes amps with only bass and treble controls, as the average listener also doesn't understand that volume is an additional tone control as well.
I can't get connection to request a token.If you search this thread you might find solutions to that problem. A few requirements that I recall: your system clock needs to be set correctly & your OS needs TLS 1.2 support. The plugin uses foobar2000's network settings. The OAuth endpoint is expected to return that error if you navigate to it in the browser.Code: [Select](FATAL) Error: Authorization Failed (401) [Is OAuth working?](url: https://api.discogs.com/oauth/request_token)
[ESCAPE to close]
I visit with firefox and got:Code: [Select]Hello there!
This URL is an OAuth endpoint, but the request you made doesn't appear to
conform to the OAuth 1.0a protocol.
Please consult these resources:
- Discogs OAuth docs: http://www.discogs.com/developers/#page:authentication
- the OAuth specification: http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5849
- the documentation for your OAuth library
for information on how to use this endpoint.
I allow foobar2000 to networking and disabled temporary windows firewall. Nothing help.
How does this plugin use my network windows 10? Could there be some problem with proxy or vpn settings?
It looks like the plugin is not able read whole albumThe "1-" before each track number should be removed, then it should work.
Is this a bug?
Could you explain why my subwoofer is under 1% of THD