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Old 18th November 2007, 20:30   #241
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If having a good loud setup, play Benny "Benassi - Whos Your Daddy" at full blast, great thump in it, and coughing sounds???
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Old 18th November 2007, 22:09   #242
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If you, however, rip the audio CD directly to Wave, it is going to be lossless.
this is OT but in Wave you dont get ID3 tags with FLAC, WavPak, Monkey's Audio etc... you do and they are lossless too.
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this is OT but in Wave you dont get ID3 tags with FLAC, WavPak, Monkey's Audio etc... you do and they are lossless too.
*Bows down to salute the guru*

Agreed, sir.
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If you, however, rip the audio CD directly to Wave, it is going to be lossless.

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this is OT but in Wave you dont get ID3 tags with FLAC, WavPak, Monkey's Audio etc... you do and they are lossless too.
Best compromise between these two is to rip mp3 at higher bitrates..say 356kbps. These definitely sound better than the "conventional" 128kbps ones and you also get id3 tags.
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All right..here goes.. soem nice Hindi releases i have liked : ( as soemone was complianing that this forum only talks of english music )...

1. Mumbai Salsa
2.Sanwariya ( great music but...terrible terrible recording..what were they thinking..ruined a great CD.. )

Soem noteworthy releases:
1.Omkara ( by far one of the finest hindi recording production quality i have heard.. both arrangement and vocals have been captured superbly )
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Best compromise between these two is to rip mp3 at higher bitrates..say 356kbps. These definitely sound better than the "conventional" 128kbps ones and you also get id3 tags.
lossless using wavpack/flac etc.. occupies about 3 times the disk space as a high quality 256k CBR or very high quality VBR MP3 rip. so it depends on if one has the space. all the formats mentioned above offer ID3.
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Old 19th November 2007, 15:47   #247
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Good songs for a loud setup - Rob Zombie's Dragula / Rammstein (Du Hast, Engel)
Eagles Hotel California (unplugged live), Floyd Comming back to life for peaceful listening.
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Old 19th November 2007, 16:52   #248
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2.Sanwariya ( great music but...terrible terrible recording..what were they thinking..ruined a great CD.. )
I agree, horrible recording!

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Soem noteworthy releases:
1.Omkara ( by far one of the finest hindi recording production quality i have heard.. both arrangement and vocals have been captured superbly )
and to add to that list, most of A.R. Rehman's recordings, especially the first release of Rangeela, (the subsequent releases are nowhere close to the first one)
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Best compromise between these two is to rip mp3 at higher bitrates..say 356kbps. These definitely sound better than the "conventional" 128kbps ones and you also get id3 tags.
I think you wanted to say 320kbps - Highest bitrate allowed in MP3 is 320kbps AFAIK.
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I think you wanted to say 320kbps - Highest bitrate allowed in MP3 is 320kbps AFAIK.
Yeah thanks...I meant that only
But Navinji,if I am correct, commonly available players in the market (car stereos as well as home audio) do not support lossless formats.
Hence, high/ variable bit rate mp3's would still be a good option.
And by the way, many HUs support AAC. Is it any better than mp3 as claimed?
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Yeah thanks...I meant that only
But Navinji,if I am correct, commonly available players in the market (car stereos as well as home audio) do not support lossless formats.
Hence, high/ variable bit rate mp3's would still be a good option.
And by the way, many HUs support AAC. Is it any better than mp3 as claimed?
AFAIK AAC is again a lossy compression format just like MP3 but it is supposed to be better than MP3 .

And guys do check out ROCKBOX for Ipod and other DAPs . It basically replaces the default operating system (ya can always revert by clicking on the restore button) . Rockbox has a lot of benefits over the normal OS . They include support for other formats like FLAC ! You also have games , apps and lotsa other stuff for it . It also includes a plugin for scrobbling for the users of last.fm ! Do check it out !! And am in no way connected to rockbox , just a happy user ! Rockbox - Open Source Jukebox Firmware being the website

And yea since it supports Lossless formats like FLAC , we can enjoy higher quality music when itz connected to a compatible HU
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Old 26th November 2007, 22:23   #252
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Did someone try "Let Me Think About It - Ida Corr Vs. Fedde Le Grand"? It is featured in 'Ministry Of Sound - Annual 2008' - One of the great tracks I've come across.
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I swear ! I love the "Let Me Think About It - Ida Corr Vs. Fedde Le Grand + Creeps" track from the same album ! Wicked track mate !
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Also check out "Put your hands up for Detroit" by Fedde le Grand.

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Couple of other songs from the album which I feel can be added to list apart from the above are:

1. Love Has Gone - Dave Armstrong & Redroche Feat H-Boogie
2. De Souza Feat Shena - Guilty (Eddie Thoneick Remix)
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Old 28th November 2007, 00:17   #253
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Justin timberlake- Cry me a River
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Old 28th November 2007, 03:36   #254
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Listen to In Search Of Sunrise 6 Ibiza - Mix by Tiesto (2007)
its an Ibiza trance compilation album nicly mixed by tiesto.

MIMS - This is why i am hot.

Global Experience - "Madras"

Clear View featuring Jessica - "Tell Me"
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SpiderBait-Black betty- (Guitaar In the song is to die for)
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