- Cubic Upsampling for Streamed Music? by MoldyPond at 4:52 PM EDT on October 17, 2018
- Purely for experimental purposes, but does anyone happen to know if there are any ways to "upsample" streamed songs (WAV/FLAC) like the cubic upsampling options for NES, GB, Genesis, etc.?
Just curious to hear how it would sound.
- by Kirishima at 9:46 PM EDT on October 17, 2018
- have you tried kode54's multiresampler for foobar: https://www.foobar2000.org/components/view/foo_dsp_multiresampler
- by MoldyPond at 11:52 PM EDT on October 17, 2018
- Welp that works perfectly :)
Thanks a bunch :D
It certainly does wonders to the Trauma Center 2 soundtrack.
edited 12:40 AM EDT October 18, 2018
- by simonmkwii at 2:52 AM EDT on October 18, 2018
- May I ask why cubic?
Sinc sounds a whole lot better to me...
- by MoldyPond at 12:09 PM EDT on October 18, 2018
- For DS music, cubic seems to be the one where not only does it make it sound better than it normally would, but with 0% innaccuracies that I can notice at all, having used it for about 25 games or so.
edited 12:09 PM EDT October 18, 2018
- by Knurek at 1:51 PM EDT on October 18, 2018
- If you want something similar under XMPlay, use these output settings:
SRC slider on the lowest setting uses 4 samples, with each step in the right doubling the number.
And it really does sound best for low (11-22 kHz) frequency input at 4 samples.
edited 1:53 PM EDT October 18, 2018
- by simonmkwii at 2:08 AM EST on November 5, 2018
- I came back here just to complain that you're using XMPlay and that is wrong and now I'm sad
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