best archiver? (for music)

Wojciech Puchar wojtek at wojtek.tensor.gdynia.pl
Fri Mar 13 23:21:22 PDT 2009


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>> lame -h -b 96 - i was able to tell the difference on every song, but it
>> wasn't really huge deal.
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> 	hm.  oh, yeah, my new box has to have a superior soundcard.  and
> 	i'll pony up for even better speakers too.  (so when i'm ready,
> 	i'll ask what's best.  maybe find something on ebay.)
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> 	my hearing is exceptionally good and while call myself an
> 	audiophile,  having all my tunes right here at fingertips is

i don't call myself audiophile (rather opposite, but i have normal 
hearing), just wanted to point out how much is really enough.

do use -h -V 3 when compressing.

> 	a major win.  having said that, can you point me to a basic
> 	tutorial on lame?  i've got 1581620 blocks of mp3 @ 128kbit.
> 	lectures.  when i tried to cut the quality even by a bit it was
> 	evident immediately.  rar compresses these file to
> 	1482404 blocks very very slowly.  it probably makes sense to just
> 	burn the mp3 files to a dvd and be safe.
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