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  1. I know there has been a lot of discussion on here about best sound quality of mp3's. Is there any difference/is one a better sound quality between a 320vbrjointstereo from Itunes and one created with LAME? My desktop won't burn cd's anymore, I use my bf's laptop. It doesn't have the LAME encoder on it. I can either use his itunes and compress to mp3 or dl as wav and hot stick to my desktop and convert with LAME there. any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks for your help.
  2. http://www.npr.org/sections/therecord/2015/06/02/411473508/how-well-can-you-hear-audio-quality A test trying to determine if people can really tell the difference between low quality mp3 (128kbps ), high quality mp3 (320 kbps) and lossless audio (flac). I got 2/6 flac but only chose the lowest quality once. This was through my logitech 2.1 computer setup. Not the best listening station in my house.
  3. Downloadable mp3 of the pa mix or for the visually inclined you can recreate the experience by sitting in a basement and projecting this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bWJgAJrgG0
  4. Played a small live set on the Hellogoodbye show on Resonance FM this Saturday. Was really nice to see inside the station. Contains three tracks (two previously posted and one new one), live x0xb0x and monotribe and some birdsong I recorded in my backgarden the day before. It is roughly indicative of the kind of material I'll be playing on Thursday at Madame Chaos's Electronic Underground night (WATMM meetup) in Dalston.
  5. New podcast: INTERRUPTIONS #12 Lost Techno-Pop Weekend in Rural Midwestern America, curated by Terre Thaemlitz A deliberate attempt to vindicate techno-pop as one of the most important genres of the last century. Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/curatorial/terre_thaemlitz_lost_techno_pop/capsula Related link: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20130528/12Interruptions_eng.pdf By the time mainstream pop music really became electronically based in terms of synthesizer/sampler instrumentation and editing (first with R&B and hip-hop, then mainstream pop), the techno-pop synth sound would be utterly abandoned by both pop and underground electronic cultures (techno, house, etc.). In this sense, techno-pop constitutes an isolated and rarely discussed 'lost weekend' from standard pop practices. Techno-pop is most often dismissed as a shade of new romanticism, punk or electro. However, I believe its strict emphasis on electronics and critical rejection of rock culture (at least in the beginning) make techno-pop in and of itself one of the most important, albeit short-lived, genres of the last century. Then again, my views are admittedly warped by an upbringing in the rural Midwestern US, where electronic music was not only scarce, but phobically abhored by most people. Terre Thaemlitz, 2013 More features with Terre Thaemlitz: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/research/composingwithprocess_exclusives_laurie_spiegel_terre_thaemlitz/capsula
  6. roasty

    Sonique

    Anyone else have fond memories of this program?
  7. http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/2012/06/concluding-the-great-mp3-bitrate-experiment.html A sample from the article:
  8. Hi, I recently got a new laptop, and I'm in the process of transferring music from my old computer, as well as adding new albums I've gotten since to iTunes. I noticed, in the preferences regarding burning CD's to iTunes, the default setting adds the music files at something like 192kbps, or less, as opposed to the seemingly ideal, for music nerds, 320kbps. In the past, I just transferred my physical albums while leaving the default setting intact, partially because I wanted to conserve space, and partially because I didn't think there would be much of a difference. Do you change the settings, so the music files are of the highest quality when adding them to iTunes from a CD? I've never tried the comparison - but do you think there's a noticeable difference? Here comes a stupid question; does the quality have any bearing on the album/files' volume? I notice some of my albums are really, really low compared to others, and know that's in part to differences in mastering now, etc., but I don't know enough to understand whether or not heightened quality might improve this a bit as well. Lastly, sort of separate from the others - for albums that I burned to iTunes on my old computer, is there any easy way to transfer them to the new one? I see that iTunes creates little artist folders for the physical albums I copy, and I'm just wondering if it's as easy as dragging/copying those files onto the new computer's iTunes, or if there's something else I need to do... Thank you! And I love you guys.
  9. Guest

    MP3 Player EQ Settings

    Tell me I'm not the only dude that changes the EQ settings depending on the band or group. Some sound better one way, some another way. So is it possible to have a mp3 player that memorizes how you set the EQ for a file?
  10. Guest

    "Long Line Blues"

    Leza2unes & Askai - "Long Line Blues" http://soundcloud.com/askai/leza2unes-askai-long-line
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