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post #481 of 491

You can open the readme text in the Lilith folder in the Chrome browser for an English translation of the Japanese......for an in depth tutorial

post #482 of 491
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Originally Posted by Nachash View Post
 

You don't need to install it, just start uLilith.exe and you're done. 


I tried that but am getting a not valid operation pop up.

post #483 of 491
Did try an earlier version or download the latest version again? Perhaps it I a wonky download. You can email Northern Verse the author with your question. He is very fast with an answer.
post #484 of 491

I believe this is the email address:webmaster@project9k.jp

post #485 of 491

i downloaded this : http://www.project9k.jp/download/lilith/lilith0992.exe

last version april 2014

 

is there a language file for it ?

 

its ok for now buy i wish understand some specific pages on settings.

post #486 of 491

You seem to have a very old version. Chose the latest build from here:http://www.project9k.jp/download/uLilith/

post #487 of 491

Good to be back home, uLilith really does everything I want after all :happy_face1:

 

I got sick of foobar, its VST plugin wrapper that barely works(the foobar ppl even advise steering cleal from it as it's the cause of many crash reports and it's leaking memory like crazy with some EQ plugins IME).

 

Native VST plugin/WASAPI/ASIO support, 64fp pipeline, a very convenient GUI, freeware and only consuming 50MB of memory, I don't see any competition to uLilith :evil: 

 

It even does automatic latency compensation allowing the use of any linear phase EQ without any glitch, no other player does that AFAIK.


Edited by leeperry - 6/28/14 at 3:48pm
post #488 of 491
Is there any advantage in using 64 bit ulilith over the 32 bit version on windows 8.1?
post #489 of 491

For ultimate sound quality from the PC, I recommend checking out Jplay. It far, far surpasses anything foobar or uLilith alone can output. In my system it made a bigger difference than the last DAC upgrade I made. Absolutely amazing. I'm not affiliated with them in any way but I did purchase the full version after listening for about half an hour.


Edited by s4nder - 12/26/14 at 12:36pm
post #490 of 491

hey guys ! 

 

well I've tried Foobar2000 and Ulilith. Finally decided to go with Ulilith due to superior sound quality :) However, I notice that setting my output to DirectSound produces much louder sound than WASAPI, although the latter one wins in terms of sound quality. But I'm curious because I googled for this phenomenon (DS louder than WASAPI) but no one seems to mention it. Does it only happen to me ? Is there anyway to fix this problem ?


Edited by reagannism - 2/17/15 at 9:30am
post #491 of 491
Quote:
Originally Posted by s4nder View Post
 

For ultimate sound quality from the PC, I recommend checking out Jplay. It far, far surpasses anything foobar or uLilith alone can output. In my system it made a bigger difference than the last DAC upgrade I made. Absolutely amazing. I'm not affiliated with them in any way but I did purchase the full version after listening for about half an hour.

 

no VST plugin support and headphones require EQ in order to sound neutral: http://www.head-fi.org/t/413900/how-to-equalize-your-headphones-a-tutorial

 

uLilith outshines foobar by a long shot on my rig, which makes KS sound harsh and WASAPI/ASIO flabby compared to the former IME.

 

And again it supports automatic VST latency compensation allowing the use of TOTL Linear Phase EQ's, no other player supports this AFAIK.


Edited by leeperry - 3/11/15 at 9:05am
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