On Wednesday 31 March 2010 12:42:58 alexander wrote:
I haven't actually listened to the demo yet, but:
- Can we convince you of going 48kHz/24bits? That is far more common in au=
production. Using 44.1kHz in a setup running at 48kHz includes possibly nas=
artefacts from up-sampling and a loss of precision and frequencies. Down-
sampling is far easier on the quality...
Maybe its better to make do with one or two layers less. And maybe help =
fix gigedit. linuxsampler is said to be able to do more then 2GB files.
- When looking for compression for easier distribution: What about=20
distributing a "source" archive that contains the wavpack/flac compressed r=
samples, the gigedit file and a makefile for creation of the .gig-file?
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