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((4 Channel Matrix))
Source:(FOB/6'high/8'ROC-row J(15th row)seats9&10)
DPA 4021(X/Y)+DPA 4027(ORTF)>Sound Devices 788T@24/48
Transfer:788T>Soundforge 9.0(Mix,EQ,and fades)>CD Wave>Flac(level 8)
Recorded By: Brian Lee (email@example.com)
Thanks to RW for the taper ticket!
Time Turns Elastic
Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan
Backwards Down The Number Line
Oh Sweet Nothin'
Let Me Lie
Bold As Love
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|THIS IS A 24 BIT FILESET.A 16 bit will be posted when I get home from the Gorge.Enjoy!
|YEA!!!!!! bring it on
|HEAT. Exactly what I was looking for. Thank you!
|I just added this one to the etree database:
|nice work blee
|Fantastic 24 bit goodness.
|Converting to wav and then playing on ipod will work with 24 bit recordings, right?
|yes, .wav will work- but apple lossless will take up half the space.
|I"ve tried playing 24 bit wav files on my ipod before and it just freezes up... is there really a way to play them on an ipod?
|Most converters will allow you to convert a 24 bit fileset directly to mp3 or AAC Try dbpoweramp or Easy CD-DA Extractor to convert the files before you load them on your iPod. They don't know how to deal with this data. This is intended for computer playback or DVD-Audio or DVD-Video Playback.
|I need some help. If someone could point me in the right direction I would appreciate it.
Downloaded the files, no problem there. I use a mac. I use utorrent. The problem I have is, I don't know what to do with these flac files?
I've never used 24-bit before. I've had no problem with 16-bit and putting them onto a cd-r. I put these 24-bit flac files on a dvd using toast and every track sounded like it was skipping.
All I did was highlighted all the flac files and just dragged them into the dvd audio spot on toast. That's it and hit burn.
Any suggestions as to what I am doing wrong? I tried converting the flacs into wav files using switch and nothing happened.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!!
|I use xACT on my mac and haven't had problems converting flac files.
|allmyfriends - burning it to a dvd that way won't do you any good...what you need is a program that will make an AUDIO DVD, or a DVD-A. There are a few options out there like Audio DVD Creator, DIscwelder bronze, and a GUI named DVD Audiophile. You can also author DVD-A's thru Wavelab for example.
the other thing too is that you may be able to use the above programs, but your DVD player may not be compatible...check it out 1st...
if worse come to worse you still can listen to it on your computer!
hope this helps
|allmyfriends - XACT and Flac Frontend will decode those files to .wav with no problems...
|I use xACT and it works great. Usually convert to AIFF though and then transfer into iTunes. Seems to work fine most of the time.
Great source. Make sure to check out the km140 source too! YOWZERS!!!!!!
|Thanks everyone for your help.
Just to clarify this up, these programs like xact and flac frontend are not converting them down to 16-bit .wav files, are they?
I want to keep them at 24-bit and put them on a dvd.
Not unless you have a setting on that says convert to 16 bit wav.
|It was great hanging out with you @ the Gorge! thanks for taping!
|fwiw, to get shows from torrent to my iPod.....
on my mac I typically download the flac files, use xACT to expand them to AIFF, then drag and drop the AIFFs into Toast using the "make an audio CD" setting, then instead of burning a disc, I use the drop down menu to create a disc image instead. Then I use Toast again to mount the disc image, and it shows up in iTunes as a "disc." Then I label the "disc," name all the tracks, and import the "disc."
This way it saves me a little bit of time and effort making sure I label all the tracks in iTunes in the correct order, because it thinks it is a CD so it numbers them for you and it always results in a smooth sounding transition between tracks. I've been using the default AAC settings but am considering switching to Apple Lossless or something to see if it is worth the extra disc space...