Van Halen 1988-06-26 East Rutherford, NJ

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February 28, 2017 at 7:11 pm Quote #55983

mrmojohalen
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http://www.guitars101.com/forums/f145/van-halen-1988-06-26-east-rutherford-nj-flac-aud-341937.html
There is a good chance that this is audio from the floor shot video from back in the day.
I have not compared the two.


When you turn on your stereo, does it return the favor?


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March 18, 2017 at 10:24 am Quote #56166

bradleon
(89)

So, I downloaded this show. It is a FLAC audio file, had alot of trouple getting to to burn to a cd. I used NERO to make 2 cds for my collection. I was looking online for FLAC info because I have not had much experience with them. Findings claim its a better file with less compression for long term archiving. Anyone have thoughts on this? I was adding it to my itunes so after NERO burned to cds my itunes then allowed it to play and import. So, I guess it is no longer a FLAC. Itunes refused the FLAC files initially.

I also found that mp3 recording lose quality over time and with multiple burns from a cd….. never thought that burning from a cd loses quality. Thought that digital burns are the exact replica of the original…….


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March 18, 2017 at 2:09 pm Quote #56167

frankm
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bradleon: So, I downloaded this show. It is a FLAC audio file, had alot of trouple getting to to burn to a cd. I used NERO to make 2 cds for my collection. I was looking online for FLAC info because I have not had much experience with them. Findings claim its a better file with less compression for long term archiving. Anyone have thoughts on this? I was adding it to my itunes so after NERO burned to cds my itunes then allowed it to play and import. So, I guess it is no longer a FLAC. Itunes refused the FLAC files initially.

I also found that mp3 recording lose quality over time and with multiple burns from a cd….. never thought that burning from a cd loses quality. Thought that digital burns are the exact replica of the original…….

MP3 is a lossy compression, it discards frequencies and alters the audio … FLAC is lossless … FLAC is far superior.


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March 18, 2017 at 5:52 pm Quote #56168

Dave
(1940)

You can use a program called Traders Little Helper to convert the files from FLAC to WAV, then burn them to CD.


Stay Frosty


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March 26, 2017 at 10:43 am Quote #56230

bradleon
(89)

Thanks guys!


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