Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 22nd Apr 2014 19:38 UTC
General Development

Over the past few years, I have been slowly but surely building my own music player. It's been a wild ride. The codebase has radically changed several times, but is always converging on a better music listening experience.

In this article my goal is to take you along for the ride.

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by Ultimatebadass on Wed 23rd Apr 2014 07:56 UTC
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How come that is so important? Where do you get such shitty encodes that you need to volume-correct each song? Kazaa?

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RE: ReplayGain
by Soulbender on Wed 23rd Apr 2014 08:12 in reply to "ReplayGain"
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Replaygain is awesome and it's a must-have feature for me. If you have a CD collection spanning many CD's and many years you'll notice when you rip it to digital media that they're all mastered at different volume levels. It's *really* annoying when you're listening to one track from, say, early 90's with the volume cranked up and then the next track comes on and it's from the loudness-war era and you blow out your eardrums.

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RE[2]: ReplayGain
by Ultimatebadass on Wed 23rd Apr 2014 08:29 in reply to "RE: ReplayGain"
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Right, but if you're ripping your own cd collection anyway isn't it easier to normalise each track to 0db peak right then?

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