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Romy the Cat


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The cPlay software.
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A few months back a local audio guy advised me to use cPlay to pay files from my DAW. I installed it and was not too thrilled with it sound.  Recently I updated to the new version:

http://www.audioasylum.com/forums/pcaudio/messages/6/62003.html

http://cplay.sourceforge.net/

The new version sound slightly different biu it still has the same cPlay characteristic – it is bit too thin, too harmonically striped and has to too “showy” sound. I do understand the theoretical advantages of cPlay software, and they are not BS  advantages, but the prove is in the pudding.  Did anybody have a success with cPlay to beat VaveLab or Samplitude?

Another very ugly aspect of the cPlay’s sound that it has sound quality (at least the former version had – I did not play a lot with the new one) wary with respect to the application I ran on my mashie before I started the cPlay.

I run XP Pro with 4G Memory and 3.2G dual-core processor. The box does only DAW, and striped out from anything else. I do not do any change of sampling with cPlay. The cPlay send the things to Lynx 16 and then to Lavry DA924.

The Cat


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Sound Blade
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Sonic Studios 'soundblade ' is the most transparent software I have 'heard' Wavelab is also very good and much cheaper. If you use Macs you might try Sonic's 'Amarra'
it is the first of a plethora of similarly based players, improves on standard itunes.Keith.
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