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Michael Lavorgna Posted: Aug 13, 2013 10 comments
How would you like to be able to stream FLAC and AAC files from your NAS, play Internet radio stations, Rdio content, and YouTube videos all from the same app on your iPhone or iPad? How about using the same app to play music through your DLNA compatible network player? Well Creation has an app for you.
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Michael Lavorgna Posted: Feb 11, 2013 8 comments
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Digital room correction. Or should we call it virtual room correction since we're not correcting the room, we're adapting the music's bits during playback to better suit the room. But in order to correct something, you first have to understand what, if anything, needs correcting. Of course you can perform room correction by ear and you very well may come away with a sound that suits your tastes. But to really understand what's going on with the sound in your room, you need to analyze. You need to abstract the musical information into forms that represent various aspects of sound. The Dirac Live Room Correction Suite not only shows you how your music looks, it also shows you how they feel it should look.
Michael Lavorgna Posted: May 09, 2012 22 comments
Metadata. /ˈmetəˌdatə/
Noun:
A set of data that describes and gives information about other data.

For our interests, metadata is data about music, specifically about the music we own and play. Album Title, Artist, Album Artist, Composer, Track Title, Track Number, Year, Comments, Album Cover Art, and so on. Ideally when we rip or download, all of this data about our music's data comes along with it. But the odds are this is not always the case. Especially if you've ever moved your library or converted from a Mac to a PC or vice versa, and even more likely if you ever ripped albums as WAV files.

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