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Old 9th October 2017, 12:45 AM   #9951
fishoil is offline fishoil  Hong Kong
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Hi! Tim,

I am using Moode Audio 3.84. Last week, I setup three windows directory on music folder and after it get updated, the library shows 0 media file. I try to re-install the OS/ update MPD functions. Finally, I found that the library shows 0 media file after the second music folder was updated.

The library was around 26000 music files in three music folders.

Would appreciated if you could advise for any workaround on the issue?

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Adrian
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Old 9th October 2017, 12:57 AM   #9952
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Hi @bigbear2003,

Complex subject but the main diff is that basic Graphic EQ's are constant Q (fixed bandwidth) around a set of 10 frequency bands that are one octave apart while basic Parametric EQ's offer variable bandwidth around a set 3 or 4 variable frequency bands.

A basic parametric EQ is generally much more precise than a graphic EQ when adjusting a particular frequency band but its limited to 3 or 4 bands. Also both types of EQ produce the effect where adjustments in one frequency band affect adjacent bands. EQ is an art :-)

There are also many professional hybred EQ's that go way beyond the basics.

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Old 9th October 2017, 06:59 AM   #9953
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What is the difference between Graphic EQ (which I know) & Parametric EQ (which I dont know)? Thx.
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Hi @bigbear2003,

Complex subject but the main diff is that basic Graphic EQ's are constant Q (fixed bandwidth) around a set of 10 frequency bands that are one octave apart while basic Parametric EQ's offer variable bandwidth around a set 3 or 4 variable frequency bands.

A basic parametric EQ is generally much more precise than a graphic EQ when adjusting a particular frequency band but its limited to 3 or 4 bands. Also both types of EQ produce the effect where adjustments in one frequency band affect adjacent bands. EQ is an art :-)

There are also many professional hybred EQ's that go way beyond the basics.

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Old 9th October 2017, 09:47 AM   #9954
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Hello moOdeaudio users (-:

I already posted on the computeraudiophile.com forum but it actually doesn't seem as active as this one...

My interrogation is : Is there a way to somehow control moOde Player/MPD through ssh or another type of inline commands ?
I'd like to be able to control moOde through a Jeedom domotics server which provides an efficient connexion to SSH enabled devices.

I haven't found any info on this through research but maybe I missed posts in the (996 pages of the) forum or a documentation entry. Or maybe it is simply not possible.

If someone can give me a hint on that, I'd be glad.
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Old 9th October 2017, 10:10 AM   #9955
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You can issue MPD line commands via ssh.

Chapter 3. Command reference
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Old 9th October 2017, 10:14 AM   #9956
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You can issue MPD line commands via ssh.

Chapter 3. Command reference
Thank you Zootalaws !!! Super news for me (-:
I think I simply didn't know wher to look.
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Old 9th October 2017, 10:16 AM   #9957
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You can issue MPD line commands via ssh.

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Old 9th October 2017, 11:21 AM   #9958
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Does moOde player is bit perfect when software volume control and alsa eq is turned off ?
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Old 9th October 2017, 06:21 PM   #9959
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You can issue MPD line commands via ssh.

Chapter 3. Command reference
and for something a bit more 'graphical' you can even ssh in , install and run ncmpcpp

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Old 9th October 2017, 07:55 PM   #9960
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Does moOde player is bit perfect when software volume control and alsa eq is turned off ?
Hi,

All DSP has to be disabled and the audio device has to accept the sample rate being sent, then "bit-perfect" to the interface of the audio device.

- Volume control
- Resampling
- Volume normalization
- Replaygain
- EQ
- Crossfeed
- Crossfade

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