Originally Posted by john57
Good suggestions - will test them out tomorrow. Empirically I found out DSD up to 256 on foobar would "resume" only by:
- stopping the playback ( it can be loud static, but can also be mute - time and small spectrum analyzer window in Fooobar running as usual...
- switching the nano iDSD off
-physically disconecting and reconnecting the USB cable
-power up nano iDSD - (can also be powered prior to connecting USB for better sonics ) - then native DSD plays normally ( save for some stuttering at the begining and if and when cursor is used ).
Today, I had a bigger fish to fry - two, to be exact. Recording a live concert in the tiniest of chapels imaginable, french horn and organ played by two young ladies.
There is extremely little repertoire written for this combination, so quite a few were arrangements. All I can say, two extremely courageous "fishes" - one does not hear Krenek performed on regular basis. This is the fifth season running of the festival called Orgle & ( Organ & ) with 3-4 concerts each year - all the better ones were recorded by yours truly to DSD64 and later DSD128. Here a YT vid made without the public a day after the concert ( sound from camera, not mine ) - the opening picture is worth a thousand words:
The above vid - here the sound is from the concert, recorded by me. The sound of the bellows can not be supressed more in so smal chapel. Remember, sound on YT is MP3 - only lately uncompressed uploads were made possible.
There is a place for 2 performers, 30-35 people seated, some 5 or so standing; now usually concerts are held with open door and additional people seating on
benches in front of the chapel. As the small festival is held over May and June, there is inevitable Crickettando Continuo - and believe it or not, we grew accustomed to this inexclusable addition of nature - bringing "2 extra degrees of warmth when listening to the recordings in winter time " .
Edited by analogsurviver - 6/7/14 at 3:12pm