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post #241 of 487

Easy partner. I didn't post it for your approval, or as a submission for AES. Nor did I mention it being accurate. You don't know my setup or my audio experience, so take your bait somewhere else.

 

christ, i swear this place is like being in high school.

 

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Originally Posted by ROBSCIX View Post


 

Seems like your testing is anything but accurate as you are not even sure if you have the proper version, right plugins etc..

Thanks for the impressions anyway but they are to many variables in your testing to be considered proof of actual differences in sound.  I have heard others say that ulilith is a fatiguing player with many setups.  Others say they sound the same...etc.
 

post #242 of 487


 

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Originally Posted by wushuliu View Post

Easy partner. I didn't post it for your approval, or as a submission for AES. Nor did I mention it being accurate. You don't know my setup or my audio experience, so take your bait somewhere else.

 

christ, i swear this place is like being in high school.

 


 

I never said you did post for mine or anybody Else's approval.  You suggested your experience is rather limited...

As for that being bait..I don't think so.  Just pointing out what others will...

I thanked you for the results and agreed with some parts so if you think that is some "bait"

maybe it is time to unplug?

 


 


Edited by ROBSCIX - 7/26/10 at 3:39pm
post #243 of 487

I think that the language used on this forum is extremely repetitive and easily become signifiers, essentially determining where the course of conversation is going to end up, so i jumped the gun. I apologize if you were not baiting, but your post implied that my impressions were an argument for a difference in sound and they were not. They are just impressions. I have zero interest in the does x component sound the same debate. 

 

I am usually unplugged, hence only 57 posts here. Not gonna lie, not a huge fan of the overall tone/discourse.

 


 

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Originally Posted by ROBSCIX View Post


 

I never said you did post for mine or anybody Else's approval.  You suggested your experience is rather limited...

As for that being bait..I don't think so.  Just pointing out what others will...

I thanked you for the results and agreed with some parts so if you think that is some "bait"

maybe it is time to unplug?

 


 

post #244 of 487


 

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Originally Posted by wushuliu View Post

I think that the language used on this forum is extremely repetitive and easily become signifiers, essentially determining where the course of conversation is going to end up, so i jumped the gun. I apologize if you were not baiting, but your post implied that my impressions were an argument for a difference in sound and they were not. They are just impressions. I have zero interest in the does x component sound the same debate. 

 

I am usually unplugged, hence only 57 posts here. Not gonna lie, not a huge fan of the overall tone/discourse.

 


 


 


Language gets repetitive because the topics are similar.  Some thread go great and are great discussions and others can go bad usually it depends on who is in the conversation.

Anyway, back on topic.


Edited by ROBSCIX - 7/26/10 at 4:06pm
post #245 of 487

 

Originally Posted by wushuliu View Post

I think that the language used on this forum is extremely repetitive and easily become signifiers, essentially determining where the course of conversation is going to end up, so i jumped the gun. I apologize if you were not baiting


no need to apologize, add the ppl who annoy you to your ignore list. problem solved

post #246 of 487
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Originally Posted by wushuliu View Post

Easy partner. I didn't post it for your approval, or as a submission for AES. Nor did I mention it being accurate. You don't know my setup or my audio experience, so take your bait somewhere else.

 

christ, i swear this place is like being in high school.
 


Or like a certain forum full of anonymous people.  This place has the same feel to an extent, but with its own unique style, yet kind of held back (which is good).

I sure wish we had Miku Mondays in General Discussion, but I get a strong feeling it won't be much of a hit or I would start the thread myself.

post #247 of 487

 

Originally Posted by Mad Max View Post

Foobar2k [..] Lacks a bit of bass in comparison as well.

 

a bit?? hah. I can't be hassled to reconfigure uLilith when I play Q3 and want some DNB playing in the back, the latest beta of foobar is so bass shy...bit-perfect really doesn't mean jack.


Edited by leeperry - 7/28/10 at 4:51am
post #248 of 487
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a bit?? hah. I can't be hassled to reconfigure uLilith when I play Q3 and want some DNB playing in the back, the latest beta of foobar in is so bass shy...bit-perfect really doesn't mean jack.


No, it doesn't mean jack at all.

post #249 of 487

 

Originally Posted by Mad Max View Post


No, it doesn't mean jack at all.

 

Following this idea, I've followed uLilith's coder recommendation that's always been to output 64fp to A4A instead of 16int. You can transport 23int in 32fp so 64fp can be as bit-perfect as you'd like...and I have to admit that it seems to sound better than 16int, just like 16int Vs 32fp in Reclock. Maybe I'll get bored of it after a while, but it seems to add more clarity/articulation to the trebles somehow. I might be reaching XP's audio stack limitations(or more likely because I'm using volume attenuation), but I sure like what I'm hearing [:alphat]


Edited by leeperry - 8/4/10 at 4:41pm
post #250 of 487
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No, it doesn't mean jack at all.


Yes, but it takes some a very long time to understand that. 

post #251 of 487

I'm vitalized!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ulilith at 64 bit float and SPL Vitalizer, fantastic wonderful sound!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

I lost bit perfection, yes i know but, who cares with than kind of sound!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   

post #252 of 487
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Originally Posted by JulioCat2 View Post

I'm vitalized!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ulilith at 64 bit float and SPL Vitalizer, fantastic wonderful sound!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

I lost bit perfection, yes i know but, who cares with than kind of sound!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   

Well that is the point.  Who cares about the settings if you like the sound?
 

post #253 of 487

 

Originally Posted by JulioCat2 View Post

I'm vitalized!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ulilith at 64 bit float and SPL Vitalizer, fantastic wonderful sound!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

I lost bit perfection, yes i know but, who cares with than kind of sound!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   


VST plugins sound sheer awesomeness in uLilith...try SPL TwinTube on top while you're at it, and EQ down those nasty ear resonances: http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/413900/how-to-equalize-your-headphones-a-tutorial


Edited by leeperry - 8/5/10 at 1:35pm
post #254 of 487

ah well, 16int ain't enough if you use volume attenuation...but 64int is too much, I don't think XP does anything good out of it. The sound is too bright, I'll stick to 24int for now...it's more accurate than 16 and yet not utterly bright.


Edited by leeperry - 8/12/10 at 9:12am
post #255 of 487

new build available! http://www.project9k.jp/download/uLilith/

 

and its coder told me:

 

"uLilith already has Direct2D drawing mode. The option to switch to Direct2D mode is not present in English resources. But, it is possible to use Direct2D on English resource. First, please shutdown uLilith. And next, please open uLilith.cfg file by NotePad and find the keyword "IsUseDirect2D". Please change "False" to "True". Last, please launch uLilith. It will execute on Direct2D mode, If your OS support it.

 

But, be careful. WOW64 has some bugs, so on WOW64, Direct2D mode does not work fine. If you use x64 version OS, please use x64 version of uLilith, and do not use x86 version on Direct2D mode."

 

Direct2D is a W7-only feature apparently.


Edited by leeperry - 8/12/10 at 9:16am
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