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OP actually mentions "East Asia" specifically hence the 3 bracketed countries.

 

아진 (AZIN), just randomly found her music looking around sharing sites, nice light voice

 

 

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Originally Posted by KamijoIsMyHero View Post
 

OP actually mentions "East Asia" specifically hence the 3 bracketed countries.

 

아진 (AZIN), just randomly found her music looking around sharing sites, nice light voice

 

 

Cool music. Didn't know this singer before. 

 

Your username! (and avatar)... been some time since I've listened to Versailles. Absolutely loved them, but didn't find much time back then to explore their stuff. I still do have Serenade and Revenant Choir (studio as well as live), then some of the Hizaki's solo tracks in my playlist. If you wish then please recommend their songs which you like : )  

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IDK maybe you can try thanatos, created beauty, edge of the world. Honestly I think it is easier to recommend songs not to check out as I like almost all of their songs.

 

But I do recommend you try out Kamijo's solo material such as Heart and Symphony of the Vampire if you are into Revenant Choir

 

 

 

note: this is a 30 min song/video

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Hi all. I'm using EAC to rip my music. However, when ripping asian music (Chi/Jap/Kor), while my files appear alright, when I am playing the file the player (regardless of note3/foobar/DX90 or other DAPs) all show ???

 

What can I do to fix these, and what should I do in the future?

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I haven't had a problem with foobar displaying characters, maybe your players doesn't support characters
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Hmm, but it isn't restricted to just my DAP. Even foobar or my note 3 doesn't display the Chinese/Korean/Jap characters, displaying only ? in their places.

 

:(

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I first saw Ore Ska Band at Warped Tour some years back.  It takes chops to tour in a country where your songs aren't even in the native language, and you know they got that stuff on lock when metal heads are dancing anyway. ;)

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Originally Posted by KamijoIsMyHero View Post
 

OP actually mentions "East Asia" specifically hence the 3 bracketed countries.

 

아진 (AZIN), just randomly found her music looking around sharing sites, nice light voice

 

 

Very nice. Reminds me a bit of Yukari, another Korean indie electronic female artist. 

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Speaking of Anime Openings, Galneyrus did fantastic job on this one. Syu is a monster!!

 

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