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ravenslament.

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Post 24-Apr-2011 08:30

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excellent ......thanks
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Post 24-Apr-2011 09:37 (after 1 hour 6 minutes)

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Great stuff Paul. Look forward to the Drew remaster ;-)
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Post 24-Apr-2011 12:44 (after 3 hours)

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many many thanks for sharing this recordings with us!
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Post 24-Apr-2011 19:17 (after 6 hours)

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Listening now, nice one, thanks.
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DavidA

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Post 24-Apr-2011 19:26 (after 8 minutes)

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Here's what Simon Goddard said about the second version of Accept Yourself.
"... the second version being particularly impressive with its staccato rock 'n' roll piano punches during the pre-chorus breakdowns, Morrisseys's doubled vocal and some enlivening falsetto shrieks."
Which sounds like this new one.
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Post 24-Apr-2011 19:37 (after 10 minutes)

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Anyone having problems with these FLACS? I can't do anything with them. First time this has happened. My burner won't read them. Any ideas.
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Post 24-Apr-2011 19:42 (after 5 minutes)

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I tried Traders Little Helper and it decoded the FLAC's fine but on testing the WAV files for MPEG it says "file format is not supported, or file is corrupt."
Adobe Audition and SoundForge can play and alter the WAV files easily enough, so not sure what the issue is.
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Post 24-Apr-2011 19:46 (after 4 minutes)

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Going by the filesize i'd guess they're 24 bit rather than 16 bit or something like that?
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Post 24-Apr-2011 19:52 (after 5 minutes)

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[code:1]Artist The Smiths
Title What Difference Does It Make #1
Album Troy Tate
Track 1
Disc
Genre
Year 1984
Rating
Composer
Size 37.67 MB (24% Compressed)
Original Size 49.22 MB
Length 3 minutes 15 seconds
Channels 2 (stereo)
Sample Rate 44.1 KHz{CR}
Sample Size 24 bit
Bit Rate 2,116 kbps (DVD)
Encoder FLAC reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Encoder Settings
Audio Quality Perfect (Lossless)
Contains CRC, ID Tag [Vorbis Comments]
Channel Mapping
File 01 What Difference Does It Make #1
Type FLAC File [.flac][/code:1]
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Post 24-Apr-2011 19:53 (after 1 minute)

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^^^ 24 bit then.
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Post 24-Apr-2011 20:02 (after 8 minutes)

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Thanks for the info. I tried de-coding to 16 bit but with no luck.
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Post 24-Apr-2011 20:06 (after 4 minutes)

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Here's what Simon Goddard said about the second version of Accept Yourself.
"... the second version being particularly impressive with its staccato rock 'n' roll piano punches during the pre-chorus breakdowns, Morrisseys's doubled vocal and some enlivening falsetto shrieks."
Which sounds like this new one.
Loving that new version, it's as surprising as that Rare Mix version of What Difference was the first time i heard it.
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Post 24-Apr-2011 20:09 (after 2 minutes)

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Changing the bit depth to 16 worked a treat for Trader's Little Helper ;)
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Post 24-Apr-2011 20:32 (after 23 minutes)

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Hello Flea. Sorry to be a pest. I have found the Trader's Little Helper program, but how do I change to 16-bit. Hope you can help.
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Post 24-Apr-2011 20:49 (after 16 minutes)

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You misunderstood me. You need to alter the bit depth in a program called SoundForge or a similar programme.
Traders Little Helper is just an encoder-decoder/tester and after I altered the bit depth in SoundForge, TLH was able to test the WAV files for MPEG. It told me the files were perfectly free from MPEG :)
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