Youtube MP3 and the free ones can be found on the links I provided. I personally love the “Griffon” OGGv3, as it’s more
After downloading the “BETA” WAV files, the merging seemed to work very well.
But like many, I was disappointed that it did not automatically sync my Waves Shaper files for FL Studio from the ZAAC .wav’s. You have to manually import the Ean (or any other Live.ll Client) .wav’s. When you do this, it essentially defeats the purpose of the ZAAC .wav’s, as they have an easier use in FL Studio (they also auto-sync everything). But I thought I would throw in a post here to make sure everyone is aware of this point.
Very few issues with the new cross-fading feature were encountered, and the results for LP not so noticeably different than before. Even the highest volume setting for the LP seems to work in most cases with no glitch or playback issues. All in all this re-build is fairly successful, and I’d definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to keep up to date with the newest audiophile content in the world.
My LP could not be detected by Nero unless I am comparing it to a 3× 1×. As such I changed my labels to “Ø” and “Ø” respectively (w.e.f.) to highlight. I was planning on a live demo but I ended up dropping the plan for lack of time. The audio file collection is still available, just in case it was a useful learning experience for anyone considering compiling the project from scratch.
Hopefully, it can inspire people in similar situations.
I’m not going to claim that everything I’ve written here is completely accurate. Some of this info is purely guesswork and my knowledge isn’t perfect. All I’m asking is that you try compiling your own Fm timing files using the methods described in this article.