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Postby OU812 on Sat Jul 07, 2007 1:06 am

Hello. I installed gnormalize because it sounded like a very good app. It works well; the problem I have is that it doesn't seem to create artist and album subdirectories. Otherwise, I really like it. So anyway I decided to test the quality of a gnormalize rip vs. the quality of a sound juicer rip. They both sounded fine in amarok, but I noticed that the song lengths were way too big for the sound juicer files. This is not a big deal, but still a bit annoying. Is anyone else experiencing this problem? Is there a fix? Thanks.

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Postby lavs23 on Sat Jul 07, 2007 8:49 am

You might want to try grip. I find it much better then soundjuicer, it's able to rip with subdirectories by default.
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Postby OU812 on Sat Jul 07, 2007 11:59 am

Thanks. I have used that in the past, but remember a splash from another distro claiming the version they used was beta or experimental. grip worked well, even ripped bruce springsteen's devils and dust whereas in windows there were definite sound quality issues. The only problem is that I would need separate programs for tag editing and converting formats then again, I don't use these features very often anyway). The normalizing thing probably isn't a real issue with modern cds - most probably don't need normalizing. Anyway, you're right, grip is probably a better choice than sound juicer. Thanks.

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