On Sunday 24 April 2011 00:32:38 lanas wrote:
This is simply a matter of the playing software/hardware. If your current=20
playback software leaves gaps between songs which you don't want, either=20
search the documentation and the settings on how to remove them (most apps=
seem to have an option for gapless-playback) or if that fails, use a player=
that can do it.
It has nothing to do with the way the mp3/ogg/flac/wav is encoded and it ha=
nothing to do with the kind of music (live-recordings face the same problem=
And if the album is only really meaningfull when heard in the correct order=
why rip it into distinct songs? The usual encoding-formats afaik can contai=
meta-data at any point in their stream (so you see changing descriptions=20
through the playback). Unfortunately I don't think there are many (or any)=
apps that allow to define meta-data at a certain point in time.
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