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April 19th, 2014

18 large DLL files copied to one folder and glued together using command "copy /b *.dll output.raw".
Result file opened as 48kHz/16bit/Stereo RAW PCM (Intel PCM) audio in Audition 3.
Strongly dehissed, normalized, both channels mixed together, slight reverb added.

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    Trebblofang 5 months ago

    @AlienXXX: There was no EQ involved, just dehissing in Audition.
    And I've used a bit of algorithmic reverb only.
    Listening to these "DLL to audio" tracks I became prone to auditory pareidolia ;) - there is much more than violin and piano in them...

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    AlienXXX 5 months ago

    I am curious, there seems to be some EQing going on (that was also the case on the previous file). - would this have been from the de-essing? Did you use a convolution reverb?
    Again, another awesome file! - There seems to be actual instrumental sounds there (little violin screems, piano hits...) - This could be a piece by a modern composer.

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    kb7clx 5 months ago

    Wow it was doing octaves for a while there, how coincidental is that! Some amazing sounds in here.

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Type
Flac (.flac)
Duration
32:02:319
Filesize
188.7 MB
Samplerate
48000.0 Hz
Bitdepth
16 bit
Channels
Stereo
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