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Software News   Software News : TuneNet gets Musepack
   posted by Curty on 10-Feb-2007 21:10:54 (3174 reads)
Ive recently uploaded to os4depot a plugin that gives TuneNet the ability to play Musepack(.mpc) files.

Download MPC plugin here

Have Fun!!
    

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FuZion 
Re: TuneNet gets Musepack
Posted on 10-Feb-2007 21:19:30
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You're a one man plugin machine aren't you

Thanks for the work you're putting into TuneNet.

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Re: TuneNet gets Musepack
Posted on 10-Feb-2007 21:28:22
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@Fuzion

Its no problem at all,
TuneNet is one hell of a program (id say the best but some will argue) and its amazing how far Bean has come with it!!


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Re: TuneNet gets Musepack
Posted on 10-Feb-2007 22:31:40
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Good to see even more plugins ;) Keep on making Tunenet growing

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Re: TuneNet gets Musepack
Posted on 10-Feb-2007 23:27:36
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Many Thanks Curty, It's nice to see TN supported with additional plugins, excellent work. Have a on me!

Cheers,
Bean.

P.S. TN's skinable system will be shown tomorrow (Sunday) at the North London usergroup (ABW - previously known as ANT)
http://www.amiganorththames.co.uk

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Re: TuneNet gets Musepack
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@Bean

Any ETA on release of skin system?
I REALLY need it!

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Re: TuneNet gets Musepack
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gotta love curty! keep on rockin' it!


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Re: TuneNet gets Musepack
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@Bean
I look forward to seeing it . Did you find the XML bug that caused a problem last time?

TuneNet is looking more and more like an AmiNetRadio replacement! Is there any features which it doesn't have yet/soon?

Last edited by ChrisH on 11-Feb-2007 at 11:07 AM.
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Re: TuneNet gets Musepack
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Quote:
Is there any features which it doesn't have yet/soon?


Well with the plugins by Curty, Chris, Olle (and myself) it's a pretty comprehensive music player now. ..but it still misses a host of features, most notably a music library and enhanced editing. Still it does other things, like gapless/xfade play and broadcasting.

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Re: TuneNet gets Musepack
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Is it possible to implement a "Normalizer" at play time? I have hundreds of CDs with audio levels all over the map. It's much too late to re-encode them using a gain option, so I was wondering if it could happen with the player.

This is a general question because I don't yet have OS4 or TuneNet, but use Amplifier and AmigaAMP to listen to mp3s. Since both of those programs are still being developed, perhaps a playtime normalize could be implemented in them, too.

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Normalisation should be quite easy - you just look at the last X seconds of music, find the loudest bit of music, and then amplify based on that. Ideally, once a song had been fully played, the maximum loudness would then be stored in the file's comment, or perhaps in the playlist.


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@ChrisH

Okay, so what if the song you're normalising consists of a long sequence of fairly quiet, faint music... followed at the end by a very loud bang!!!

Potentially, normalising that song would push the fairly low-key part of the music down below the audible threshold, and then make the ear-blasting bang suddenly be fairly quiet.

Or would it bring the audio of most of the song up louder while lowering the blast-your-eardrums level of the great big kappow down a bunch in volume?


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Re: TuneNet gets Musepack
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@NON

Non, the loud bang would likely be at the peak volume, so no change would be made to the song at all. If only close to maximum, the volume would rise only slightly. Because it is specifically not compressing.


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Re: TuneNet gets Musepack
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Nice! I ported musepack a while ago because I've come across some .mpc music files I wanted to listen to and write onto an audio CD and I considered making a plugin of it for TuneNet but Curty beat me to it

You can encode musepack files using my port and play them with this plugin via TuneNet, it works well I tried it already. This audio codec gives better compression than non-lossy formats (flac, tta) and better quality than mp3.

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@COBRA

Thanks,
Tried to port libmpcdec a good while back but config was not working.
Then decided to bite the bullet and did it manually,
Also tried to port taglib, didnt have much luck, when I get a little more time ill have another look as this will give the ability to read out ape and ID3 tags.


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@Curty

How about porting TTA? It's supposed to be better than FLAC (the other popular non-lossy format). I'd love to have a look at it but I'm too busy with other things at the moment... Sources for the encoder/decoder library are here: http://www.true-audio.com/Free_Downloads

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Re: TuneNet gets Musepack
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This program just gets better, can't wait to be able to run OS4 again!


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