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General - (fb2k) / Re: ReplayGain & Shuffle
Last post by garym -
Yes, this is fine. You do realize that by selecting "apply gain" you are actually modifying the audio of the files themselves.  If your player can read and apply replaygain tags, you don't actually need to "apply gain".

Also, you can add new tracks to the playlist without selecting all 2000 files and adding replaygain again.  Just add replaygain track tags to the new files.  Replaygain is not adjusting the volume of the songs in the playlist against each other.  Rather, RG is adjusting the volume of tracks relative to an external standard level.
General - (fb2k) / ReplayGain & Shuffle
Last post by Lp -

I'm currently running a radio station which comprises around 2000 tracks, all with varying volume levels. We add in around 100 new tracks a month. Currently play the tracks with the random playback mode (not sure whether shuffle is better!)

After user feedback asking for the levels to be balanced better between the tracks, we looked into using ReplayGain to fix.

This has been done with the following settings:

and by selecting the whole playlist in foobar, scanning by album (with tags) and then updating the tags.

One thing to remember is that there aren't many full albums in this playlist, but more say 10 songs on average from an artist. Not sure whether that was the right scan to use.

If anyone could let me know if this looks good, that'd help ease my mind!

Thank you :)
3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: GSF decoder v3.0.8 sounds weird
Last post by ghf_50 -
I tested the samples and they sound same with GSF Decoder 2.0.8, or at least bit similar :)
Hello arch21, have you listen the minigsf "VS. Mother Brain" on gsf decoder v3.0.7 or v3.0.8
I'v tested minigsf on Highly Advanced 2.0.8 you provided, everything is ok. but if you play the minigsf "VS. Mother Brain" on gsf decoder v3.0.7 or v3.0.8, you will hear some loud weird noise like sound.
3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: GSF decoder v3.0.8 sounds weird
Last post by ghf_50 -
Hello, kode54.
I have played Metroid - Zero Mission (USA) again on mGBA v0.6.3 and v0.7 beta 1 for win32, both version sounds right, no weird sound, no broken(the cutscene "Mother Brain Sees You" when you first time goto norfair).
Support - (fb2k) / Re: NO benefits from using ASIO ?
Last post by -
...about event mode, wasapi

This is indicated by the driver, from an API call.  It has nothing to do with the endpoint (so Speaker, SPDIF, maxnix).  It's the Asus driver.  The picture shows a typical result (typical if such a thing is reported; it's the only one I know of that does this).  The API is (my call to it)

Code: [Select]
hr = IpropertyStorePtr->GetValue(myPKEY_AudioEndpoint_Supports_EventDriven_Mode, &isEventOkayVar);

where myPKEY_AudioEndpoint_Supports_EventDriven_Mode is

Code: [Select]
DEFINE_GUID(myGUID_AudioEndpoint_Supports_EventDriven_Mode, 0x1da5d803, 0xd492, 0x4edd, 0x8c, 0x23, 0xe0, 0xc0, 0xff, 0xee, 0x7f, 0x0e);

Means nothing to most, but in case you wanted to know why this is, or could use it yourself.  It's pretty much a given anyone doing waspi will already know this call.
General - (fb2k) / Dual Playlist view?
Last post by BIG DRIVER -
Hello there,

I'm having trouble with the way Foobar (win7 64bit) behaves in relation to playlists.
My goal here is to create a layout with two independent playlists shown at any one time. I can create two instances of the playlist view with tabs, meaning I can work with multiple playlists in parallel, but these two windows always mirror one another - when I select playlist 1 on the left section, the right section cannot display any other playlist without influencing the left section in response.

Is there any known solution to this? I'm trying to have a general playlist on the left with album/genre collections, and another separate playlist on the right to burn to CD to make DJ compilations. I need to be able to view both simultaneously. On a slightly unrelated note, has anyone successfully burned CDs that carry track names so that CDJs can read them?

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