Nemo1966

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  1. FYI - I had everything from Wolrik a year ago.
  2. No problem :-)
  3. Dunno about Curb your enthusiasm - took me half hour to knock the app up in C# and it works like a charm. Saves messing with sonic stage.
  4. Exactly - however I wrote a little application that will change all the Artist and Album info on the MP3 ID tags in a directory automatically :-) You can pick your own Artist name - e.g. "Various" and your own album name etc Take but a few seconds now.
  5. mmmm well still doesn't really do it for me - I would never use it for a Media Storage/indexing app. OK it uses a database, but in all honesty that is a massive overkill for something that is achieved by storing the tracks in folders and displaying them in the app in the folder you import them in. If you import a CD then it would simply create a folder for it. The if you needed you could create playlists based on the files in the folder. The sonic stage system is messy and over complicated for such a simple premise. I found the easiest way was to knock up a little C# app to recode the ID3 tag (Album) for MP3's in a directory and the import it into Sonic Stage. So for compilation Albums of my own design I just copy all the relevant tracks into a directory and then run the app on that folder, it changes the ID3 tag for the album to the same for all tracks. Then in SS it appears as a single album. Works like a charm. thanks again
  6. 100 GB of ATRAC - whats that, about 11 tracks? :-P haha thanks I will have a play
  7. OK thanks, good tip about the file path - yeah a sonicstage is a bit limited - it's ok if you are working one or two albums but after that it's a mess, you certainly cannot use it as a library. Flac files - yeah my mistake, I do usually use Flac files with MPD server etc but have to use Flacsquisher to convert to MP3 (320 bitrate) for Sonic Stage. thanks again
  8. Hi, thanks - but it does exactly the same by album. e.g. if the folder contains tracks from different albums (various artists) then it splits them all over the place. thanks
  9. Sony shock absorbing technology discs - do they make a difference or is it just a marketing gimmick? thanks
  10. I am using Sonic Stage with a JE780 deck and all is good, however when you import flac files from a folder and the folder contains tracks from different albums, then the program splits the tracks into different albums rather than giving you a FOLDER view. Very annoying if you have folders with various artists from different albums. Anyone know a way round this? thanks
  11. Really? I have found it very quick in comparison to the MZ-N707. I did knock up a little starter app for sonicstage though - it sets the CPU priority to high on startup. This seems to help a lot to keep the USB focus on the app. Really pleased with the deck in general - it's like new.
  12. It's OK I think I solved it - bought a Sony JE780 deck
  13. Strangely enough I have a big heavy lump with lots of dials - the best type of dials as well (old ones). Do I need to knock up a little cable with a connecto on it to suit the player? Setting? 3v thanks Steve
  14. Anyway - I have done more testing and since removing the errant NetMDSB.exe*32 service i haven't had a single problem. I tested with a nearly depleted rechargable battery as well. You never know it may help someone.