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Archive for the ‘Media’ Category

Recursively convert WMA files to MP3 using ffmeg on a Mac OS X bash shell

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/04/05

A friend of mine made the mistake to capture some CDs using WMA files and throwing away the CDs. His old Nokia could play them, but not his new iOS and Android devices.

ffmeg and bash to the rescue:

find . -iname "*.wma" -execdir bash -c 'NAME="{}" && ffmpeg -y -i "$NAME" -ab 192k "${NAME/.wma/.mp3}" -map_metadata 0:s:0 && rm "$NAME"' \;

Tricks used:

–jeroen

Source:

via: command line – How to use Ffmpeg to convert wma to mp3 recursively, importing from txt file? – Ask Ubuntu

Posted in *nix, *nix-tools, Audio, bash, bash, Development, Power User, Scripting, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

YouTube to MP4 & MP3 Converter and Video Download – ClipConverter.cc

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/03/10

Every now and then I want to download or play a (fragment of a) YouTube video.

This is what I use to grab the video as music: YouTube to MP4 & MP3 Converter and Video Download – ClipConverter.cc

Then I use Audacity to create fragments.

–jeroen

Posted in Audio, Power User, YouTube | 2 Comments »

Using Reaper to normalize your tracks to the same LUFS …

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/09/09

Using Reaper To Normalize Your Tracks To The Same LUFS. It’s a SNAP! – Mack Caster

Source: Hello again Dawn. This is for you. :-) Using Reaper To Normalize Your Tracks To…

If you want to know more about LUFS (which is a synonym for LKFS), then read these:

–jeroen

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Posted in Audio, LifeHacker, Normalisation of audio, Power User, Reaper | Leave a Comment »

Linux-Based Low-Latency Multichannel Audio System (CTAG face2|4)

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/03/24

Just wow (via Joe C. Hecht):

Linux-Based Low-Latency Multichannel Audio System (CTAG face2|4)

We’ve developed a multichannel audio system based on the AD1938 audio codec by Analog Devices and the BeagleBone Green (TI AM335X SoC).The audio system offers 2 stereo inputs and 4 stereo outputs.The whole project is based on open source software.To demonstrate the possibilities of the audio system, I’ve created a surround delay effect with the open source C++ library DSPatch by Marcus Tomlinson.Moreover I’ve created an automatic test based on GNU octave to evaluate the audio system characteristis, such as latency, THD+N, DNR, crosstalk and frequency-response.

Source: Hi there, We’ve developed a multichannel audio system based on the AD1938 au…

–jeroen

Posted in Audio, Development, Hardware Development, Power User | Leave a Comment »

Interactive Frequency Chart – Independent Recording Network

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/12/26

Source: Interactive Frequency Chart – Independent Recording Network

via The only eq chart one will ever need?!? and many others:

The only eq chart one will ever need?!? – Svein Idar Hansen – Google+

 

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