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Re: Internet Radio Streams.

Barry Chapman
 

Hi Colin,

Firstly MushroomFM streams using the content type audio/aacp. Most, if not
all of the others use audio/mpeg. Perhaps Total Recorder does not recognise
AAC+

Regarding FunHouseRadio, see if the following link is what you want.
http://54.38.210.16:9020/stream

Regards,
Barry Chapman

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From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Colin
Howard
Sent: Thursday, 12 November 2020 3:02 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] Internet Radio Streams.

Greetings,

Please can somebody help with this problem.

below, is a list of Internet services along with their stream links, most of
which work fine.

Radio 6 international: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder
V8.3.
http://www.radiosix.com/radiosix.mp3

Cladrite radio: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder V8.3.
http://streaming.live365.com/a43564

The Ride: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder V8.3.
http://ais-sa2.cdnstream1.com/2381_128.mp3

Solar Radio: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder V8.3.
http://msmn4.co/proxy/mp3high33?mp=/
Title1=
Length1=-1
version=2

MushroomFM: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 but does not work in total
Recorder V8.3, server returns unrecognized data format.
http://199.180.75.27:80/

Times Radio: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder V8.3.
https://timesradio.wireless.radio/stream

angel radio Havent: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder
V8.3.
http://s6.viastreaming.net:7030/

The Global Voice: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder V8.3.
http://theglobalvoice.info:8000/broadband


Serenade Radio: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder V8.3.
http://4534.cloudrad.io:8284/live

I tried FunHouseRadioOldies, using the link:
https://ofh.theviplounge.co.uk/listen-ofh.php

server returned bad request, can anybody let me have the link for this
stream please?

It is part of the Lounge Radio group.

Thanks.



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Internet Radio Streams.

Colin Howard
 

Greetings,

Please can somebody help with this problem.

below, is a list of Internet services along with their stream links, most of
which work fine.

Radio 6 international: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder
V8.3.
http://www.radiosix.com/radiosix.mp3

Cladrite radio: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder V8.3.
http://streaming.live365.com/a43564

The Ride: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder V8.3.
http://ais-sa2.cdnstream1.com/2381_128.mp3

Solar Radio: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder V8.3.
http://msmn4.co/proxy/mp3high33?mp=/
Title1=
Length1=-1
version=2

MushroomFM: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 but does not work in total
Recorder V8.3, server returns unrecognized data format.
http://199.180.75.27:80/

Times Radio: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder V8.3.
https://timesradio.wireless.radio/stream

angel radio Havent: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder
V8.3.
http://s6.viastreaming.net:7030/

The Global Voice: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder V8.3.
http://theglobalvoice.info:8000/broadband


Serenade Radio: works with winamp 5.666 build 632 and total Recorder V8.3.
http://4534.cloudrad.io:8284/live

I tried FunHouseRadioOldies, using the link:
https://ofh.theviplounge.co.uk/listen-ofh.php

server returned bad request, can anybody let me have the link for this
stream please?

It is part of the Lounge Radio group.

Thanks.



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Re: Corrupt mp3

JM Casey
 

Not really, but in mye xperience, if VLC can't handle it at all, there's not much you can do. VLC will fix some indexing errors in video files -- not sure if it can do anything with a broken MP3 or not, but it will do its best to play the file as is and generall doesn't "quit" as easily as other players will no matter how messed up the file is. What kind of corruption are we talking about here? Do you get nothing when attempting to play? Does the file seem incomplete, or is there just a lot of digital noise?

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Andrea Sherry
Sent: November 11, 2020 05:31 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] Corrupt mp3

Does anyone know of a program to repair corrupt mp3 file.

Andrea


Corrupt mp3

Andrea Sherry
 

Does anyone know of a program to repair corrupt mp3 file.

Andrea


Re: CD ripping with track names how to?

Brian Olesen
 

Hi,
I'm glad you say that you think, but I can't get it to work.

Brian

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Emne: Re: [all-audio] CD ripping with track names how to?

I think the latest version of exact audio copy no longer uses freedb and
there was always g3 or whatever the name is, not free, but still a decent
choice.

On Thu, 05 Nov 2020 09:21:17 -0500,
Brian Olesen wrote:

Dear folks!

The only way I can rip cds in now is using iTunes, which I am not very
happy with.

Neither CDEX nor Exact audio Copy will get anything from FreeDB.

Do you have any klues of what to do or which program works today?



Thanks a bunch



Brian







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Re: CD ripping with track names how to?

John Covici
 

I think the latest version of exact audio copy no longer uses freedb
and there was always g3 or whatever the name is, not free, but still a
decent choice.

On Thu, 05 Nov 2020 09:21:17 -0500,
Brian Olesen wrote:

Dear folks!

The only way I can rip cds in now is using iTunes, which I am not very happy
with.

Neither CDEX nor Exact audio Copy will get anything from FreeDB.

Do you have any klues of what to do or which program works today?



Thanks a bunch



Brian







--
Your life is like a penny. You're going to lose it. The question is:
How do
you spend it?

John Covici wb2una
covici@ccs.covici.com


Re: CD ripping with track names how to?

Hamit Campos
 

Windows Media Player can rip CDs. If the CDs are original it can get the
artist album and track stuff.

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From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Olesen
Sent: Thursday, November 5, 2020 9:21 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] CD ripping with track names how to?

Dear folks!

The only way I can rip cds in now is using iTunes, which I am not very happy
with.

Neither CDEX nor Exact audio Copy will get anything from FreeDB.

Do you have any klues of what to do or which program works today?



Thanks a bunch



Brian


CD ripping with track names how to?

Brian Olesen
 

Dear folks!

The only way I can rip cds in now is using iTunes, which I am not very happy
with.

Neither CDEX nor Exact audio Copy will get anything from FreeDB.

Do you have any klues of what to do or which program works today?



Thanks a bunch



Brian


Request for the MacOS VoiceOver Sounds, and the VoiceView sounds

Charlie
 

Hi everyone:

My name is Charlie Smith, and I am a new member of this list.

I'm looking for the MacOS voiceover sounds, and the VoiceView sounds. The reason why, is due to the fact that I'm making a sound theme for Commentary Screen Reader, and Sonic Vision on android.


Thanks.


Re: request for the Fleetwood Mac : Bare Trees album

JM Casey
 

Hi Casey.
I'm not a moderator and not trying to "mini-mod", but posting this to the list isn't a good idea. Try other methods of obtaining music.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Casey
Sent: November 3, 2020 10:03 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] request for the Fleetwood Mac : Bare Trees album

Hi if anyone has the fleet wood mac album <https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlXZkIelTTE897rnxrImaO8qzdt_kDppO>


Fleetwood Mac : Bare
Trees<https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlXZkIelTTE897rnxrImaO8qzdt_kDppO>

<https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlXZkIelTTE897rnxrImaO8qzdt_kDppO>

can they please share it.--
Casey


request for the Fleetwood Mac : Bare Trees album

Casey
 


re looking for a tv series

stewartross
 

hi does anyone have in AD the tv series called adult?
mandy thanks
from stew


Re: sound cards

Hamit Campos
 

Hi John. Well you could still as I do enjoy the lausless Dolby Tru HD or DTS HD Master files. With 4K Blu-Ray well you'd first have to spend $3300 on the Onkyo AVR to do it than you can enjoy glorious 7.1.4 Dolby Atmos and DTSX. Oh and the 11 satelite speakers and the sub. Woops almost forgot the speakers there for a moment. lol. Note this is my ultimate gole. But in any event yeah that's why I said I wouldn't debate HDMI because I wasn't sure you'd be interested. With DVDs though HDMI will save you 3 cables into the PC then into the AVR. The optical cable someone brought up earlier would do as well. I was just suggesting as the new PC will have HDMI which is a funny looking USB port like hole with a trapezoid kinda shape and little cuts down the triangle like sides of it you could use said port into the TV or into your surround sound system if it too has HDMI. Ah even the monitor if it has speakers you could HDMI into that. That's how I use my PC at night.

On 10/24/2020 12:44 PM, John Heath via groups.io wrote:
Being legally blind I won't be watching much blue ray. The difference with my kind of vision would be minimal.

-----Original Message----- From: Hamit Campos
Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2020 12:38 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] sound cards

Ah okay. Well 2 things then. It's brand spanking new right? Like you
either ordered dirrectly from Dell or bought at a store right now today
in 2020? Here's why I ask this. If it's a new tower no matter what model
it will indeed have HDMI. We won't go into an HDMI version debate
because I don't know if you are going to watch Blu-Ray disks. So for the
topic at hand 1 yes your friend is right. Get a Soundblaster Z at least.
I'd say but let's wait to hear from someone who has 1 on how it sounds.
Asus makes soundcards too apparently. Let's here oh and back to HDMI
though if you do have a new TV with HdMI or an AVR with HDMI then like I
said before meh just grab a cable and hook that sucker in. I probabally
should grab a card though too for those rare times I use it. Mostly I
use either my bose speakers or my Zoom H6 as an audio interface which by
the way meh it's just a fancy pro word for fancy pro soundcard.

On 10/24/2020 12:32 PM, John Heath via groups.io wrote:
First thanks to you and list for answering. I'm getting a Dell; don't ask which model I don't know. I was asking because my friend-technician whose is going to install tells me this tower is quite expandable.

-----Original Message----- From: Hamit Campos
Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2020 12:08 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] sound cards

Yes and I forgot to expand on this last night. Not only that. I have
seen that depending on the PC you will get a different flavor as well.
But over all yeah a soundcard would be better. Realtek is adding too
many strange effects to their internal audio. Which is a shame because
brightness and sometimes especially if you could shut the weerd bathroom
echo like effects the panning could be very much awesome. Sye too bad
the best sounding PC for my ears is so mad expensive and meh maybe too
much PC for most. I'm talking of corse about the MSI Trident. Man that
thing sounds glorious.

On 10/24/2020 7:06 AM, Brian Olesen wrote:
HI,
Yes, and no.
The obvious answer is off course yes, but there can be factors that makes
bumps on the way.
The dac is an extremely important component, and some of the better cards
has really good dacs.
But the usb port of your computer can create unwanted noise that will
disturb the final result.

Best regards
Brian
Brian

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Can a good sound card make a difference in sound quality of music?
























Re: sound cards

John Heath
 

Being legally blind I won't be watching much blue ray. The difference with my kind of vision would be minimal.

-----Original Message-----
From: Hamit Campos
Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2020 12:38 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] sound cards

Ah okay. Well 2 things then. It's brand spanking new right? Like you
either ordered dirrectly from Dell or bought at a store right now today
in 2020? Here's why I ask this. If it's a new tower no matter what model
it will indeed have HDMI. We won't go into an HDMI version debate
because I don't know if you are going to watch Blu-Ray disks. So for the
topic at hand 1 yes your friend is right. Get a Soundblaster Z at least.
I'd say but let's wait to hear from someone who has 1 on how it sounds.
Asus makes soundcards too apparently. Let's here oh and back to HDMI
though if you do have a new TV with HdMI or an AVR with HDMI then like I
said before meh just grab a cable and hook that sucker in. I probabally
should grab a card though too for those rare times I use it. Mostly I
use either my bose speakers or my Zoom H6 as an audio interface which by
the way meh it's just a fancy pro word for fancy pro soundcard.

On 10/24/2020 12:32 PM, John Heath via groups.io wrote:
First thanks to you and list for answering. I'm getting a Dell; don't ask which model I don't know. I was asking because my friend-technician whose is going to install tells me this tower is quite expandable.

-----Original Message----- From: Hamit Campos
Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2020 12:08 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] sound cards

Yes and I forgot to expand on this last night. Not only that. I have
seen that depending on the PC you will get a different flavor as well.
But over all yeah a soundcard would be better. Realtek is adding too
many strange effects to their internal audio. Which is a shame because
brightness and sometimes especially if you could shut the weerd bathroom
echo like effects the panning could be very much awesome. Sye too bad
the best sounding PC for my ears is so mad expensive and meh maybe too
much PC for most. I'm talking of corse about the MSI Trident. Man that
thing sounds glorious.

On 10/24/2020 7:06 AM, Brian Olesen wrote:
HI,
Yes, and no.
The obvious answer is off course yes, but there can be factors that makes
bumps on the way.
The dac is an extremely important component, and some of the better cards
has really good dacs.
But the usb port of your computer can create unwanted noise that will
disturb the final result.

Best regards
Brian
Brian

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Can a good sound card make a difference in sound quality of music?


















Re: sound cards

Hamit Campos
 

Ah okay. Well 2 things then. It's brand spanking new right? Like you either ordered dirrectly from Dell or bought at a store right now today in 2020? Here's why I ask this. If it's a new tower no matter what model it will indeed have HDMI. We won't go into an HDMI version debate because I don't know if you are going to watch Blu-Ray disks. So for the topic at hand 1 yes your friend is right. Get a Soundblaster Z at least. I'd say but let's wait to hear from someone who has 1 on how it sounds. Asus makes soundcards too apparently. Let's here oh and back to HDMI though if you do have a new TV with HdMI or an AVR with HDMI then like I said before meh just grab a cable and hook that sucker in. I probabally should grab a card though too for those rare times I use it. Mostly I use either my bose speakers or my Zoom H6 as an audio interface which by the way meh it's just a fancy pro word for fancy pro soundcard.

On 10/24/2020 12:32 PM, John Heath via groups.io wrote:
First thanks to you and list for answering. I'm getting a Dell; don't ask which model I don't know. I was asking because my friend-technician whose is going to install tells me this tower is quite expandable.

-----Original Message----- From: Hamit Campos
Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2020 12:08 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] sound cards

Yes and I forgot to expand on this last night. Not only that. I have
seen that depending on the PC you will get a different flavor as well.
But over all yeah a soundcard would be better. Realtek is adding too
many strange effects to their internal audio. Which is a shame because
brightness and sometimes especially if you could shut the weerd bathroom
echo like effects the panning could be very much awesome. Sye too bad
the best sounding PC for my ears is so mad expensive and meh maybe too
much PC for most. I'm talking of corse about the MSI Trident. Man that
thing sounds glorious.

On 10/24/2020 7:06 AM, Brian Olesen wrote:
HI,
Yes, and no.
The obvious answer is off course yes, but there can be factors that makes
bumps on the way.
The dac is an extremely important component, and some of the better cards
has really good dacs.
But the usb port of your computer can create unwanted noise that will
disturb the final result.

Best regards
Brian
Brian

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Can a good sound card make a difference in sound quality of music?

















Re: sound cards

John Heath
 

First thanks to you and list for answering. I'm getting a Dell; don't ask which model I don't know. I was asking because my friend-technician whose is going to install tells me this tower is quite expandable.

-----Original Message-----
From: Hamit Campos
Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2020 12:08 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] sound cards

Yes and I forgot to expand on this last night. Not only that. I have
seen that depending on the PC you will get a different flavor as well.
But over all yeah a soundcard would be better. Realtek is adding too
many strange effects to their internal audio. Which is a shame because
brightness and sometimes especially if you could shut the weerd bathroom
echo like effects the panning could be very much awesome. Sye too bad
the best sounding PC for my ears is so mad expensive and meh maybe too
much PC for most. I'm talking of corse about the MSI Trident. Man that
thing sounds glorious.

On 10/24/2020 7:06 AM, Brian Olesen wrote:
HI,
Yes, and no.
The obvious answer is off course yes, but there can be factors that makes
bumps on the way.
The dac is an extremely important component, and some of the better cards
has really good dacs.
But the usb port of your computer can create unwanted noise that will
disturb the final result.

Best regards
Brian
Brian

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Can a good sound card make a difference in sound quality of music?











Re: sound cards

Hamit Campos
 

Hi I don't know about your AVR. However I can say that yes some better Onkyos Marantzs and so on do have optic. For adding more atmos channals and also for recordplayers and what not. I forget if my cheep TX-SR-373 does though. But in any event yes some do. On the subject of HDMI I don't know if the origenal poster has HDMI on his PC. If you do and if you do have an AVR meh just HDMI the sucker into your AVR. One could also get USB speakers. Like my Bose Companion 5 multimedia system which is saddly discontinued but I think I saw 1 on Amazon. Whilst we're talking soundcards, does any one heare have the Z soundblaster or the better ZXR? what make you of it if you do? Should I bother with either? I know they won't perhaps be MSI Trident motherboard audio but meh I'll take better than what ever the hell Dell used in the XPS.

On 10/24/2020 5:41 AM, Andy via groups.io wrote:
Hi John.

In my own experience, they certainly do make a great difference.

I have 2 Creative Labs external sound cards.  However, both are now about 10 years old.  The two I have have an Optic cable outlet and my previous AV unit had an optic input.  My study speakers are Small Quad speakers of a high quality.

However my new AV unit, an Arcam,  takes an HDMI  plug.  I'm not sure if it also uses Optic as I think these connections are being replaced by HDMI.

If you look at Creative labs, the new generation of external cards should also have HDMI and if that's the case, then I'll be following  you and getting a few.

I may be wrong, but what I've noticed in recent years is that the quality of sound coming from my new Dell tower is almost identical as the sound from my much less expensive HP Flat-top, as though internal cards are in the main, Generic.

As these cards are not really  too expensive, It would be worth checking them  out a little.


Very best wishes.

Andy.
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To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2020 3:24 AM
Subject: [all-audio] sound cards


Can a good sound card make a difference in sound quality of music?






Re: sound cards

Hamit Campos
 

Yes and I forgot to expand on this last night. Not only that. I have seen that depending on the PC you will get a different flavor as well. But over all yeah a soundcard would be better. Realtek is adding too many strange effects to their internal audio. Which is a shame because brightness and sometimes especially if you could shut the weerd bathroom echo like effects the panning could be very much awesome. Sye too bad the best sounding PC for my ears is so mad expensive and meh maybe too much PC for most. I'm talking of corse about the MSI Trident. Man that thing sounds glorious.

On 10/24/2020 7:06 AM, Brian Olesen wrote:
HI,
Yes, and no.
The obvious answer is off course yes, but there can be factors that makes
bumps on the way.
The dac is an extremely important component, and some of the better cards
has really good dacs.
But the usb port of your computer can create unwanted noise that will
disturb the final result.

Best regards
Brian
Brian

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Re: sound cards

John Heath
 

Thanks!

-----Original Message-----
From: Andy via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2020 5:41 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] sound cards

Hi John.

In my own experience, they certainly do make a great difference.

I have 2 Creative Labs external sound cards. However, both are now about 10
years old. The two I have have an Optic cable outlet and my previous AV
unit had an optic input. My study speakers are Small Quad speakers of a
high quality.

However my new AV unit, an Arcam, takes an HDMI plug. I'm not sure if it
also uses Optic as I think these connections are being replaced by HDMI.

If you look at Creative labs, the new generation of external cards should
also have HDMI and if that's the case, then I'll be following you and
getting a few.

I may be wrong, but what I've noticed in recent years is that the quality of
sound coming from my new Dell tower is almost identical as the sound from my
much less expensive HP Flat-top, as though internal cards are in the main,
Generic.

As these cards are not really too expensive, It would be worth checking
them out a little.


Very best wishes.

Andy.
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Re: sound cards

Brian Olesen
 

HI,
Yes, and no.
The obvious answer is off course yes, but there can be factors that makes
bumps on the way.
The dac is an extremely important component, and some of the better cards
has really good dacs.
But the usb port of your computer can create unwanted noise that will
disturb the final result.

Best regards
Brian
Brian

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