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Discussion related to multiple format tests' resul, Split from AAC @ 128kbps listening test
duartix
post Feb 11 2004, 20:42
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Split from here. This topic has been discussed to death in the threads related to the multiformat listening tests.
If you want to add something here, re-read these threads first. Only post here if you have something new to say, please
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There is something else that I think would give all codecs a fairer chance. Even though using VBR whenever possible it would be helpfull trying to achieve similar filesizes.
(I remember the multiformat 128kpbs test where Musepack was a winner but at the expense of files 11,7% larger than the close second QT AAC.)

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guruboolez
post Feb 14 2004, 22:45
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I like this sample smile.gif

Did you try this another piano sample? I think there's more problems with this one than with polonaise (strong and sharp attacks).



P.S. In order to answer to you question asked yesterday, I think that the third Symphonie of Mahler (track06) is one of the harder sample of the series. Brass instruments are terrible to reproduce when they're are well-recorded.

For other people, nice classical samples (I used them for my own personal listening tests):
ftp://ftp2.foobar2000.net/foobar/
(link won't be permanent)

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- duartix   Discussion related to multiple format tests' resul   Feb 11 2004, 20:42
- - schnofler   QUOTE (duartix)I remember the multiformat 128kpbs ...   Feb 11 2004, 21:49
- - music_man_mpc   QUOTE (duartix @ Feb 11 2004, 11:42 AM)There ...   Feb 11 2004, 22:02
- - rjamorim   QUOTE (schnofler @ Feb 11 2004, 06:49 PM)Good...   Feb 11 2004, 22:22
- - Continuum   Yes, but then the set is not chosen optimally (bal...   Feb 11 2004, 22:31
- - music_man_mpc   QUOTE (Continuum @ Feb 11 2004, 01:31 PM)I...   Feb 12 2004, 17:01
- - duartix   QUOTE ARGH!! The Musepack files were only ...   Feb 12 2004, 20:31
- - music_man_mpc   QUOTE (duartix @ Feb 12 2004, 11:31 AM)My poi...   Feb 12 2004, 20:46
- - duartix   It means that even though we are not as restricted...   Feb 12 2004, 20:52
- - Continuum   QUOTE (music_man_mpc @ Feb 12 2004, 05:01 PM)...   Feb 12 2004, 22:55
- - rjamorim   QUOTE (Continuum @ Feb 12 2004, 07:55 PM)Sadl...   Feb 12 2004, 23:41
- - guruboolez   QUOTE (Continuum @ Feb 12 2004, 10:55 PM)I di...   Feb 14 2004, 21:22
- - Continuum   QUOTE (guruboolez @ Feb 14 2004, 09:22 PM)I t...   Feb 14 2004, 21:52
- - guruboolez   QUOTE (Continuum @ Feb 14 2004, 09:52 PM)Mayb...   Feb 14 2004, 22:05
- - Continuum   I thought that's how it has been done? The ave...   Feb 14 2004, 22:13
- - rjamorim   QUOTE (Continuum @ Feb 14 2004, 07:13 PM)Mayb...   Feb 14 2004, 22:23
- - guruboolez   QUOTE (Continuum @ Feb 14 2004, 10:13 PM)My p...   Feb 14 2004, 22:28
- - rjamorim   QUOTE (guruboolez @ Feb 14 2004, 07:28 PM)I...   Feb 14 2004, 22:36
- - guruboolez   I like this sample Did you try this another pian...   Feb 14 2004, 22:45
- - spoon   With Roberto's permission I am running backgro...   Feb 15 2004, 00:19
- - rjamorim   Yes, thank-you very much, Spoon   Feb 15 2004, 00:20


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