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post #256 of 487

What's that for? Prettier presentation/animations?

post #257 of 487

you try it, you tell us if you see any improvement...I guess it'd make the GUI refreshing smoother.


Edited by leeperry - 8/12/10 at 1:13pm
post #258 of 487

I notice 2 things, the GUI runs smoothly and it's better on the eye the little letters are easy to read.

post #259 of 487

I'm really glad I can hear the difference between Foobar Asio and uLilith... uLilith is definitely the best sounding player for me.

 

And that Direct2D made the overall feel of GUI feel smoother... and maybe easier to read text like Julio said.

 

I just wish this player has decent playlist, like AIMP...

post #260 of 487

 

Originally Posted by inarc View Post

I'm really glad I can hear the difference between Foobar Asio and uLilith... uLilith is definitely the best sounding player for me.

 

congratulations, you're not deaf [:rapha3l:1]

post #261 of 487

jump the boat from foobar, and satisfied.

 

for me, uLilith has more headroom, warmer, more detail, and more musical.  Difference can be heard (and especially on VST).    I'm using cans Ultrasone Pro 900, soundcard RME HDSPe, and testing via Ultrasone demo cd. 

post #262 of 487

This player is like any other, some like it and some do not...

post #263 of 487
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Originally Posted by leeperry View Post

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

 

 

Any idea what version to download? Core2 or X86? I noticed that Core2 has a big dll file with it..

post #264 of 487

it depends on your CPU...there was a problem w/ the ICL11 Core2 version on my Q9450, but after sending several logs to its author, he's fixed the glitch smily_headphones1.gif

 

I'm trying to see if he'd agree to provide support for UV22HR dithering, that'd be the shiznit!


Edited by leeperry - 10/11/10 at 11:38am
post #265 of 487

I'm listening to the latest version and I think I can hear difference between this and fb2k both with ASIO output and no plug-ins (Win7), hard to put my finger on but feels as if uLilith has a slight crossfeed effect and a weighter low end, weird. Still trying to come up with a method to accurately ABX both outputs.

post #266 of 487

make sure to run its playback thread in realtime priority wink.gif

post #267 of 487
post #268 of 487

mostly because it's available as a discrete DLL from Cubase...but yes, if he agrees to allow using a VST dithering plugin, we could try L1 and so.

post #269 of 487
Quote:
Originally Posted by leeperry View Post

it depends on your CPU..

 


Ofcourse, it didn't occur to me that core2 refers to the processor. x86 on the other hand did make sense. Ow, my small world smily_headphones1.gif

 

There is definitely another sound to uLilith ASIO compared to WinAmp ASIO. Clearly warmer. The big but is that in this latest beta version my processor has to work harder than in WinAmp which results in more glitches with my set-up. I will try another/stable version.


Edited by moriez - 10/12/10 at 1:34am
post #270 of 487

So the reason is availability. BTW, why James doesn't use dither for volume regulation?

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