Entries Tagged 'Music' ↓
May 24th, 2006 — Music
S.A.D. developed a new Application which is able to copy Music and other Audiofiles legally without touching the copy protection. The Application “FreeMusic” acts like a Tape-Recorder from long ago: All Audiofiles being played with iTunes or the Windows Media Player can be recorded. Those copies can be played on other Players.
Digital to Analog to Digital
No matter which kind of Audiofile, FreeMusic can record every kind of music played on a PC. Therefore the analog soundcard interface is being used to create analog Recordings of the Audiofile. Due to the fact that the legislator allows analag copies the Application is performing utterly legal. The DRM-System isn’t even touched. The copy can be saved in every kind of format.
Just a scarcely loss of Quality
Every Audiofile has to be played from the beginning to the end to be able to copied. The quality loss shall be very little, it shouldn’t be heard by the buff ear. They even included a small Audio-Cutter which enables you to cut unwanted parts of the Audiofile. Additionally a Sampler normalizes the sound intensity. FreeMusic is available for 29,99 EURO on S.A.D.’s Homepage.
April 2nd, 2006 — Music, Personal
I had been on a party in Frankfurt with my girlfriend on the 29th march and recorded a small video with my N70. The party was organized by Ableton, Digidesign and M-Audio as part of the Musik-Messe in Germany FFM. The perfoming DJs were Kid Beyond from San Francisco, Tania Mann, Gabriel Le Mar and Atty Mezcal – who’s my colleague.
Unfortunately you have to turn up your Brightness a bit to actually see everything, it was pretty dark in there.
Download: 060329 Monza FFM Atty M-Audio Musik-Messe
Note: If you have troubles playing the MP4 Video I recommend the following Applications:
Media Player Classic and FFDShow
FFDShow is the Codec and MPC is the best free player out there, I actually use it for every movie I watch.
March 21st, 2006 — Music, Web/Net
I thought I post this on my blog because they didn’t deliver an update for a very long time. I used it a lot in the past because it’s really a highly customizable Musicplayer Application, definitely worth checking out!
- Audio formats supported: MP1, MP2, MP3, MP4, MPC, AAC, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC / Ogg FLAC, WavPack, WAV, AIFF, AU, SND, CDDA.
- Full unicode support.
- Advanced tagging capabilities.
- Support for transcoding all supported audio formats using the Converter component (requires external commandline encoder executables for different output formats).
- ReplayGain support – both playback and calculation.
- Customizable keyboard shortcuts.
- Open component architecture allowing third-party developers to extend functionality of the player.
Get it here: http://foobar2000.org/foobar2000_0.9.exe