2011/05/19

Computer party network

Over the past couple of days, I have turned my computer into a small multimedia center. I think this is where I am going to ride off my probation so I don't get into trouble again. So next time I have people over I just need to crank up some awesome tunes and the awesome visuals I got for my computer on the big screen.

But you can't just play music loudly, it's got to be finely tuned with awesome quality. This has settings and codecs that will boost the sound of your system even if you have cheap speakers.

http://www.fxsound.com/dfx/pages/download/index.php

Good for tripping out to the psychedelics don't you think? *wink wink*

Honestly, if you really like music it won't hurt to try these things out.

Well time to getting back to connecting my computer to whatever I can find in the house.

25 comments:

  1. I love to think the math involved in it's making, which makes it trippier.

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  2. Awesome song man. For a while, one of my friends used to have a pocket amplifier for his mp3 player because his headphones could use the extra boost. A software solution sounds like it would be far less expensive.

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  3. Hmm, I'm going to look into this for my cheesy onboard laptop speakers. I like to watch movies on it when I'm traveling, but even at the highest the volume will go, voices are really unclear (especially whispers, god I hate whispering in movies!).

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  4. If your looking for a legal way to enjoy some tripping then dont forget about Salvia, just be ready for a wild ride!

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  5. I'll check this out, if only for when I trip.

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  6. I'm going to give this a try for my laptop! I love watching movies when I'm traveling, but even turned all the way up, the audio is so unclear. I can understand whispers, ugh!

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  7. awesome link thanks for that :)

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  8. Nice, keep up the posts! +follow

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  9. ITS A COMPUTER PARTY

    EVERYBODY DRINK

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  10. good video an dthx for the blog! :D

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  11. Haha looks quality! Thanks for the link

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  12. nice post. thanks for the link.

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  13. Thanks for the awesome codecs, hope they help my cheap setup!

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  14. my computer has been hooked up into my surround sound. its amazing

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  15. You gotta get a different font going, this one is illegible. All caps fonts are bad!

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  16. Nice info, also: nice visuals on that video.

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  17. How you get those visualizations & how did you record them?

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  18. Very Hypnotizing video, it put me into a trance.

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  19. Hmmm... I will keep an eye for that! Thanks for that link.

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