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True Audio Analyzer 1.0, for Windows NT/2000/XP
Bern
post Sep 17 2004, 12:16
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True Audio Analyzer 1.0 - is a next generation of a popular AuCDtect, the program for determining the authenticity of musical CD records, and predicting is it an original studio record or a reconstruction from a lossy encoded data (for example MP3). Tau Analyzer works directly with CD and has a some additional functions such as a Spectrum and Frequency analyzers, ATIP and ISRC data readers, etc. System requirements: Windows NT/2000/XP. Windows NT usage requires installation of the GDI+ package from Microsoft™

We a planning to continue developing freeware auCDtect tool as very useful console tool for Windows/Linux users and as core algorithm for Tau Analyzer and in near time will build official auCDtect-0.8.

For detailed inofrmation, please visit
http://www.true-audio.com/
To download shareware verison of Tau Analyzer, please use this url:
http://www.true-audio.com/ftp/TauAnalyzer-setup.exe

Best Regards,
Oleg
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DigitalMan
post Dec 16 2004, 18:02
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My question is why would you want/need to determine the source of the recording? Per the Tru-Audio site the answer given is:
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It is no secret that the Internet and file-exchanging networks are literally overloaded with music. The plenty of various formats which compress music files just favors this situation. Files in formats with lossy encoding and the highest degree of compression, like MP3, have got the greatest prevalence. While playing such files using cheap acoustic systems one can hardly distinguish their dissimilarity from the original ones, but all the distortions become evident while listening such disks on a Hi-Fi systems or using stereo headphones, especially if one has an opportunity to compare a record with its original. That is why when purchasing traditional audio CDs with music a question naturally arises whether this or that record is an authentic one or just a fake made by somebody who has just downloaded lossy encoded records from the Internet and recorded them to the blank CDs under the guise of a solid studios.


Hmm, an answer to a question I never thought to ask.


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