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9-13-2011 @ 2:40AM
"Emotion"No, it's called logic."I didn't read it as I pretty much got your point first sentence."In other words, you are ignoring my point because you think your "they're being greedy" idea is right, and you cannot be wrong at all.And if you really are musician and work in audio production, you would understand that no amount of working in an audio program will take those 128Kbps tracks and boost them back up to 1411Kbps.How does this grab you? People have asked for years for downloadable versions of those soundtracks. They delivered.But if you want to keep riding the "they're greedy" thought all you like, go ahead. Taking music and fading them in and out in Audacity isn't going to recreate the musical transistions in some tracks."Blend flawlessly" isn't simply placing one track to fade out and the other to fade in. I doubt you will read this far but let me explain. The tracks STOP. You know when you enter SW? That little musical piece? It's it's own piece. And there's about three different versions of it.So blending the music together would get you three crescendos in a row, with absolutely no musical styling other than "here's three pieces put together." And making them fade in and out before the end would just sound stupid. And blending the entire zones worth of tracks, no matter how you do it, is going to create an uneven, mixed-up track.
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