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Old 6th March 2011, 04:21 AM   #11
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Thanks. That's about what I find. Most of the radio streams are louder than the file playback. I don't use the Windoze volume control, so it's kind of a pain.

Any of you who are recording this stuff have a recorded copy of something you already own? I'm curious to compare the two versions. Always thought the streams were dynamically compressed and maybe EQ'd. Maybe not, eh?
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Okay, I just played a couple of flv files recorded from Pandora and kept as .flv. They sound about the same level as live streaming does.
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Cool. Do you have anything you can email me? I'd love to have a look/listen.
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I'll try to get something to you tomorrow.
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Cool. Do you have anything you can email me? I'd love to have a look/listen.
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What's the best way to get you >2Mb files?

The player you use will make a difference also. This is the one I use:Free FLV Player for Windows
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I'll PM you with my email address, thanks. And thanks for the player.
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Old 29th April 2011, 10:39 PM   #17
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Pano,
Have you evaluated Pandora and MOG any further? Just wondering what your streaming preferences are at this point. I don't have the extensive practice at critical listening that many of you and the others here have.
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Anyone who listens to internet radio should take a look at Piano Bar.
It's pandora, but with no flash involved, it runs in a console.

#0017: pandora.com client ? 6xq.net

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Anyone who listens to internet radio should take a look at Piano Bar.
It's pandora, but with no flash involved, it runs in a console.

#0017: pandora.com client ? 6xq.net

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Okay, so this is a Linux open source app made for Linux distro's. I see that it is possible to make it work on Windows, but one guy said it wasn't as good an interface as the Linux version. Do you know of a .exe installer available that looks good? I left my Computer Science degree in my other pants. The idea is good.
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Okay, so this is a Linux open source app made for Linux distro's. I see that it is possible to make it work on Windows, but one guy said it wasn't as good an interface as the Linux version. Do you know of a .exe installer available that looks good? I left my Computer Science degree in my other pants. The idea is good.
I know very little about it, but in the 'Similar projects" area there is a player for windows that claims to support unlimited skips and timeshifting, could be very useful for recording. However, like I said, I've never used that particular player and so I couldn't say if it's any good.

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