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Pause between tracks, perception of information
irbiz7
post Nov 27 2011, 18:33
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first i try "dsp silence" - using a lot of operative memory.

now i'm using -> native "Stop playback after current track" + foo_sheduler "end-of-file signal -> 3 min delay ->start playback".
good for 3-5 min. tracks, but no useful when it's soundtrack with 1-2 min. tracks or audio book(i'm loosing story line before next chapter).

Simple idea -> pause after (each) song; pause equal to song's length(plus few minutes, divided by half, etc.).
Complex idea ->
for example:
-album
playback order - shuffle(folders)
pause after song = divided song's length by half
pause after album(group) = 10 minutes
-compilation album
playback order - shuffle(tracks)
pause after song = song's length
pause after album(group) = song's length
-audio book
playback order - default
pause after song = minute.

Give advice or help realize the idea.
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ojdo
post Nov 27 2011, 19:23
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Not an automatic solution, but you can add silence of arbitrary length to your playlist using Main Menu > Add Loction with
CODE
silence://300

where the number determines the length in seconds.


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post Dec 14 2011, 11:31
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http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....mp;#entry723420

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