Please be aware that much of the software linked to or mentioned on this forum is niche and therefore infrequently downloaded. Lots of anti-virus scanners and so-called malware detectors like to flag infrequently downloaded software as bad until it is either downloaded enough times, or its developer actually bothers with getting each individual release allow listed by every single AV vendor. You can do many people a great favor when encountering such a "problem" example by submitting them to your AV vendor for examination. For almost everything on this forum, it is a false positive.
ajinfla: Graphs do not give the whole picture of how something sounds.The ones posted show a quiet linear, neutral speaker, especially for the money. More important, fully adjustable to produce neutral high frequencies. Anyone whose mix on them sounds sounds "dull" on any other neutral loudspeaker, is simply incompetent.
Not uncommon among studiophiles. The Circle of Confusion.
This problem does not happen with flac files, tagged identically, but seems limited to m4a or mp3 files.
Is there a way to fix this short of inserting a track number in the title?
Everything in that comment is based on anecdotes and is a TOS violation.So that is how we are doing this? Nice.
I've seen few reviews and spoke with few people who has these, and yes, they are not Genelec but Genelec knockoff, but they are very close to each other in terms of audio quality. There is nothing like lack of bass on these that would suggest that you can't do mastering with them. You can.
How they're set up in that studio, are they configured properly, that's something else. Also, why there weren't other systems to listen the master? It's not really speaker's fault.
(no, I don't have Behringer, but I do have Genelec)
Just listen them and compare them with Genelics or some other speaker of higher quality.
When I play the same files using ZappitiMusic (the players native app for music (it sucks. Can’t scroll on FLAC files and no gapless feature) it plays the files original bitrate no matter if it is 44.1 or 192 kHz or anything in between. But as soon as I switch to the Foobar app it doesn’t. I've tried every setting in Foobar and Zappiti that I can think of to no avail.
I know that apple’s airplay changes everything to 48 kHz but does Foobar2000 do the same?
Thank y'all in advance