Posts Tagged ‘Music Player’

2Jul

So I decided to make a very rough mix of a portion of one of the songs that the drummer for [noROBOT] recorded lately. Here you can hear the same audio 3 different ways. 1 with everything going including the diy subkick, another without our diy subkick, then yet another with only the diy subkick. Tell me what you guys think. The diy subkick here is adding that extra umph, you will notice that the version with no diy subkick is lacking that power. Then again if your speakers are not designed to hear that frequency you won’t notice a difference at all. I recommend headphones. If you play the subkick only track and you hear nothing, that means your speakers can’t handle those sounds for sure. By the way this was a somewhat poor eq job. It was quick and dirty. ENJOY! I am calling it the diy subkick hopefully to cover me against any sort of trademark infringement. I am not sure if Yamaha coined the term Subkick or not. Also if you missed the first post about the subkick click here: http://www.parrisstudios.com/?p=3

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27Jun

So for the past couple days I have been working on a flash based streaming music player (which is located at the bottom of this post, just scroll down to see it). This is complete with a loading bar, scrubber to fast forward through a song, playlist, and other standard features. I am calling this version .5 beta. I still need to develop a volume bar, and add some text about what time a person is at in the song etc. However for the most part this is pretty solid. There are 2 bugs I am currently working on fixing, which includes a bug with the function in flash that gets called after a sound ends, and 2nd the track progress bar seems to go crazy on occasion. I believe the second problem is a result of the full file size not being discovered while loading the file. I am hoping there is some ID3 information in the mp3 files that could assist me with that issue.

The songs in this player include a No Robot song and 3 demos I gave to the band so we can work on them, and 3 version of older songs we had; however, in my opinion most of these songs are very rough, I would suggest sparing your ears hahaha. I am trying to fill up some space in this blog right now because the player is too wide, and it is covering the menu so I will show you how easy the xml playlist is the use.

It is very very simple…. simply name the track, and the file. These files can be anywhere on the web or locally. Furthermore, the xml playlist it self could be located anywhere. Woo!




’’People Shootin’ Hat’’ - (No Robot) http://www.blah.com/the.mp3   ’’Viking’’ - (Parris Random Demo) http://www.blah.com/the.mp3   ’’Gunfight In A Gas Station’’ - (Parris Random Demo) http://www.blah.com/the.mp3   ’’Marshmellow’’ - (Parris Random Demo) http://www.blah.com/the.mp3   ’’Flame (old)’’ - (No Robot) http://www.blah.com/the.mp3   ’’Pressure (old)’’ - (No Robot) http://www.blah.com/the.mp3

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