[IMC-Audio] lower #'s?
zazaza at xs4all.nl
Tue Aug 3 12:13:26 PDT 2004
Hmmm Ok thanks. I'm not sure if that is what # normally stands for but
never mind and hence my confusement.
Radio Netherlands ain't half bad yes, check out http://vrijeradio.tk too
for some other shit.
So much for today's spam, I believe we were in chat the other day,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mr.Liberal II" <bstoleelection at fastmail.fm>
To: <imc-audio at lists.indymedia.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 03, 2004 8:21 PM
Subject: Re: [IMC-Audio] lower #'s?
> What I meant by lower #'s is when,like when I use CoolEdit/FreeRip
> convert analog sound to MP3 to post at Arizona Indymedia,is use
> #'s: 11025/mono/8bt 16 KBPS
> With an old computer that I use,this is the best that I can do.
> Besides,it doesn't cause buffering for people whether they use slow
> dial-up or faster broadband to listen to.
> PS:I noticed you are in Netherlands. Every Saturday night I listen
> Radio Netherland on my vacumm tube shortwave radio. Radio
> is great!!
> AZ Radio IMC
> On Tue, 3 Aug 2004 19:53:24 +0200, "zaza" <zazaza at xs4all.nl> said:
> > 'leu,
> > A while ago it was suggested here that using lower "#'s" would be
> > helpful for increasing the quality of your lo-rate streams. What was
> > meant by # in that context? One would think ports but I can't see
> > would matter. Or did it just refer to bitrates, or...?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > P.
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