FLAC level 5 - https://mega.nz/#!AB4SxLiJ!y8ijd_J6iy-tohOaHbDGu9uzb2a-5NBCfyjDmQjdZTIFLAC + mp3 320 - https://www.uloz.to/!O6YJllr3usvZ/dreamtime-bunny-up-affinity-1984-flac-5-mp3-7z
Somebody willing to share Double Trouble 2cd+dvd here?
Hi Milo - I have "Double Trouble". Shall post it soon.
Maybe all of you will call me "Mr Mono" but Milos I have to tell you that your two last offers, this one and "everyman band" have been ripped in mono. Personally i'm not asking you a new rip because I'm not after those two titles but my recommandation to all contributors might be to check with headphones before posting. I say that because for exemple if an lp have been transfered in mono on a cdr, if you extract the files to convert them in flac in a program like audacity for exemple, there won't be any warning saying that the track is in mono. I can't explain why but for exemple if I take the Michael Sell posted by ernst and if I open it in audacity, the program offer me the possibility to convert each track in mono, but they have already been ripped in mono. My explain is that audacity is not identifying the music itself but the support of it. That is why I suggest to check with headphones, if you hear that all the instruments are in the middle, if there is no space between the instruments, it is in mono. I care about that because I edit each files I download and to do that I work with headphones.
I am sure it is not in MONO. Maybe you have to check your ears, correct silence.
Thank you Ernst, I am looking forward to hear it. No hurry...
If you look at it in Audacity, or similar, it is mono. Maybe a wrong software setting somewhere?
Dear Miloo, considering the job that I do since the eighties, I can tell you that I have no problems with my ears. The only thing that you can do to check is playing this file and your preview one "Everyman Band", with headphones. If you do that you will hear that all the instruments are in the middle, included in only one channel. You can't hear anything coming from the left or from the right. I don't know the process that you use to transfer your lp, it might come from the turn table who can have a problem of connection, it cam come from the ampli. Some ampli have the function mono v/s stereo or it can comes from the program you use to do the transfer. I work in the sound since many years so you can trust me when I say this, it is not to destroy your work but to tell you the truth. From my point of view, when you listen a recording with headphones, the mono or stereo can be heard immediately without a doubt.
At least Side A is 100% mono. Try this in Audacity: 1) split the tracks into left and right; 2) select all of track L; 3) Choose "Invert" from the Effects menu; 4) Choose "Mix and Render to New Track" from the Tracks menu; 5) Mute the two original tracks and listen to the mixed-down sum of the two tracks. It is silent (it's a flat line) because +n + (-n) = 0. L and R are identical.
(Actually that's not entirely true -- just at the place I was zoomed into. There is some remainder in places down around -45 to -50 dB ... still not a normal result.)Rip of Urban Magic seems ok so is something changed in the intervening month?
I will check and possibly will do a new upload. Urban Magic is from CD, Dreamtime and Everyman Band straight from vinyls. Probably something went wrong during audacity work or with cable from turntable, thanks for advice, finn.
Audacity don't do any modification on a file during the import or the export in flac for exemple. I have checked your rip of Urban Magic and it is in stereo so your problem is only with lp, obviously it don't comes from your computer or from audacity.
Milos, I love Deamtime and I am happy to have this in any form. Thank you!
Thank you agmosk. New STEREO rip on the way. And thank you Ernst for wonderful nameday present above ongoing everpresent manipulative manners of society and time of Czech presidential fucKed election. Watch e-mail from my Gmail soon (o)
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