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Still pretending to be lossless...It is lossless AND better than lossless!!!oneoneone (where "oneoneone" unfolds to 1101 which has higher resolution).
Eff, i am using Bob Stuart's loudspeakers ...
I tend to use Foobar a lot to organise and edit Tags so would like to be able to bulk delete files from my Hardrive from within it as well as navigating to specific location on Hardrive for each Tune using 'right click/navigate to containing folder 30 times is nonsense.
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That means it isn't a lossless process.Usually it is so close to lossless that there is no loss that hadn't already incurred upon mp3 encoding.
Mp3Gain might get a problem if you reduce volume by -212 dB and increase volume by 172 dB according to this post: https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php?topic=34154.msg299025#msg299025
But seriously who does that except out of curiosity or as proof of concept?
As I understand, "This application is provided as-is. It is by no means complete, though most of the features implemented are known to work reasonably well", can we have labeling for the equalizers in the next version to come? I don't have the best ears, and really couldn't figure out to what extent is a band amplified/limited until it clips or becomes inaudible. It would really help if we could have them up on the sides.
Thank you so much for whoever sees this.
2. you can apply those Replaygain tags to the actual file thereby altering the file's volume; software/hardware isn't necessary to implement the volume changes.
The image is from process #2 above. It's actually changing the file's data. That means it isn't a lossless process. But it's not lossy in the sense that we tend to understand it; it hasn't re-encoded the audio.
The default foobar action is to just add Replaygain tags; a lossless process.
I don’t get, the label in in the conversion dialog says explicitly that files will be altered.
If it means anything other than making files louder (or quieter), then this label is misleading.