Last post by LazyBorzoi -
Hello everyone! I'm trying to get my feet wet with the room acoustic correction. Hoping you guys can point me in the right direction. First thing I did, I installed REW program and even though I didn't have a calibrated mic, I measured my room using a regular USB microphone (not calibrated). The results are shown in the picture below:
1) Can someone help me understand what I see here? 2) Now, let's assume I get a calibrated mic and repeat the measurement and get a correction EQ curve. What do I feed this curve to in order to correct my room?
Last post by yetanotherid -
It's easy enough to create a DSP preset with no EQ (or no DSPs), and DSP presets with different EQ configurations. The DSP switcher is under the right click menu on the menu bar or tool bar. I put the DSP switcher itself on the menu bar.
Last post by Mirage- -
Hi, just came to say, running the installation script on my windows 7 PC crashed explorer (the process that shows the desktop, not the browser). Had to ctrl+alt+canc to call up the task manager and restart it. That being said, after that it seems to work fine.
Last post by aphelion -
i'm trying to improve my copy of foobar (+ wsh panel mod) (JScript) this is very important for me. several days were spent on this, some partial success was achieved but this is the point where i ask you for the help
is it possible to get the following?:
1) selected tracks' total length (preferably with milliseconds) (preferably with minutes instead of hours+minutes) examples: 3:50.760 or 11:39.413 or 72:03.695 or 0:00.000
2) total length of all tracks in the active playlist (preferably with milliseconds) (preferably with minutes instead of hours+minutes) examples: 7:41.480 or 50:45.264 or 72:03.695 or 112:53.001 or 0:00.000
3) total quantity of tracks in the active playlist examples: 1 or 15 or 3625 or 0 %_playlist_total% doesn't work
i don't have enough knowledge to create the 3 necessary separate scripts there are some less important questions but i decided to focus on the main things at the moment thank you for reading this. i will be grateful for the help
Last post by Aventine -
Hey, Thanks for answering. Well if the option isn't there anymore then I guess it was removed during the 1.4 release and was only available in the beta builds. I didn't notice the change because I switched to facets instead of the traditional Media Library on my main PC, only noticed that it wasn't there because I installed foobar 1.4.1 on my laptop.
sorry if it's been asked already but is anything planned regarding Discogs Tracks Feature? What I'd love to have for instance is fetching genres / styles individually based on tracks.
Currently tracks aren't available via the API and track pages are pretty useless (they don't have genre/style info for example). However they will likely be added too foo_discogs if Discogs fully develops the feature.
In case you guys care about Discogs Tracks and the future thereof, I made a thread about an angle that I felt is missing from the main Tracks discussion, which is mostly about the basic writing credits at this point and most people comment on from a pop/rock/jazz angle, therefore favour certain problems most found in those very large musical areas to be solved first. Whereas for me there's a huge fundamental/conceptual black box, as to how Compositions are linked & treated withing this future system that is developing over the next months/years, which is especially notice-able when it comes to re-interpretations [which is the core of all musical evolution & progression of genres imo] (i.e.motifs, homages, remixes, covers, mashups, etc pp ). In case you have thoughts about this and want to chime in, here's a thread: Tracks Update - compositions & handling of remixes, covers & versions ? https://www.discogs.com/forum/thread/771656