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48kbps AAC 2006 Test - Samples discussion
Gabriel
post Feb 7 2006, 09:42
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This is the thread to discuss about samples for the upcoming 48kbps AAC test:
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Currently selected samples (subject to change):

Debussy, Une ForÍt - Classical - low volume instruments and vocal
Kraftwerk, The Robots - Electronic - impulse transients
Suzanne Vega, Tom's dinner - vocals and instruments (where to find this sample?)
french_ad - male voice
Twist And Shout, Beatles - yelling Beatle with fake stereo

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IgorC
post Feb 8 2006, 03:37
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How many samples it's planed to include?
It will be reasonable to include something like 50% hard to encode samples ( like different instruments on chanels and/or high frequences samples) and 50% normal samples. Or something like 33%-hard, 34%-normal,33% -light samples for real life encoding.

QUOTE (Alex B @ Feb 7 2006, 03:49 PM)


It sounds painfully at 48 kbit/s smile.gif

PS: I didn't remeber where I saw before this sample with some stereo effects. http://www.mytempdir.com/437714 .

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post Feb 8 2006, 12:15
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QUOTE (IgorC @ Feb 8 2006, 04:37 AM)
How many samples† it's planed to include?
It will be reasonable to include something like 50% hard to encode samples ( like different instruments on chanels and/or† high frequences samples)† and 50% normal† samples. Or something like 33%-hard, 34%-normal,33% -light samples for real life encoding.

QUOTE (Alex B @ Feb 7 2006, 03:49 PM)

It sounds painfully at 48 kbit/s smile.gif
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Actually, it may not be such a good idea to include a sample of a track that has extreme stereo separation throughout the complete track. That kind of tracks are minority in today's recorded music. Tracks that have occasionally distinct, but not extreme channel separation would better represent a real life situation.

Edit: grammar

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- Gabriel   48kbps AAC 2006 Test - Samples discussion   Feb 7 2006, 09:42
- - Shade[ST]   I sent a package of samples to Sebastian Mares; I...   Feb 7 2006, 22:04
- - Gabriel   Regarding stereo separation, I was thinking of a B...   Feb 7 2006, 23:32
|- - Shade[ST]   Laisse-moi fouiller mes insectes (let me search th...   Feb 7 2006, 23:53
- - Alex B   Oops, I didn't notice Shade(ST)'s reply. ...   Feb 8 2006, 00:49
|- - mdmuir   QUOTE (Alex B @ Feb 7 2006, 06:49 PM)Oops, I ...   Feb 8 2006, 03:22
|- - Shade[ST]   I have tom's diner, by suzanne vega (feat. DNA...   Feb 8 2006, 03:27
|- - Alex B   QUOTE (mdmuir @ Feb 8 2006, 04:22 AM)Um-apple...   Feb 8 2006, 11:45
- - IgorC   How many samples it's planed to include? It w...   Feb 8 2006, 03:37
|- - Alex B   QUOTE (IgorC @ Feb 8 2006, 04:37 AM)How many ...   Feb 8 2006, 12:15
- - Ivan Dimkovic   I would also include at least one track transcoded...   Feb 8 2006, 12:22
- - Gabriel   QUOTE How many samples it's planed to include?...   Feb 8 2006, 12:22
- - Gabriel   QUOTE I would also include at least one track tran...   Feb 8 2006, 12:23
- - fpi   I know this is an AAC test, but why not adding als...   Feb 8 2006, 13:07
- - Gabriel   Because this is an AAC-only test. note: a multifo...   Feb 8 2006, 13:45
- - Ivan Dimkovic   QUOTE I know this is an AAC test, but why not addi...   Feb 8 2006, 13:46
- - Alex B   I replaced the Beatles sample with a better one, I...   Feb 8 2006, 14:00
- - Atlantis   I've uploaded an instrumental sample here http...   Feb 9 2006, 11:57
- - Firon   I've uploaded a sample here: http://www.hydrog...   Feb 11 2006, 04:34
- - Sebastian Mares   http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showt...   Feb 11 2006, 09:20
- - Caroliano   I uploaded my first sample here: http://www.hydrog...   Feb 11 2006, 22:07
- - Gabriel   Shade[ST]: can you upload a sample from S.Vega? e...   Feb 13 2006, 23:13
|- - Shade[ST]   QUOTE (Gabriel @ Feb 13 2006, 04:13 PM)Shade[...   Feb 14 2006, 00:22
- - Alex B   Tom's Diner is available at Rarewares: http:/...   Feb 14 2006, 00:37
- - Gabriel   Ok, Tom's Diner from Rarewares   Feb 14 2006, 00:54
- - IgorC   Another randomly choosed interesting sample http:/...   Feb 14 2006, 04:37


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