June 5th, 2008

Hitting a small metal thing (which was positioned on another metal thing which was lying on a wooden table) with a rubber hammer.

On FLAC and OGG Vorbis audio file formats.

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    PopzPopsPopz 1 year, 9 months ago

    For those worried about flac's...if you're on a mac, download a freeware program called "XLD-GUI". it's a free converter that makes quick work of converting to wav or AIFF.

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    gtech9 3 years, 9 months ago

    Its a shame this had to be converted to mp3 for my project flac sure does sound nice

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    qubodup 4 years ago

    Please learn about FLAC and write to your software provider, asking for FLAC - a vastly superior audio file format - support in future versions of your software.

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    bray_rules 4 years ago

    I agree with the other commenters. This is a fantastic sound - absolutely perfect for what I need - but impossible for me to use. Final Cut Pro X doesn't like FLAC, nor does Quicktime, and Foobar isn't Mac compatible. It's a real shame I can't use it.

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    Zhabishe 4 years, 1 month ago

    Thanks for your sound, very nice one.

    And yes, damn you, Adobe and your Premiere Pro (CS6 version) for not being able to import .FLAC! Lazy bastards cannot do a shit despite user's demands on forums. Sorry. Just raging =)

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