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patrick
2005-03-21, 15:05
We added five public radio stations to Slim Devices Picks.

* KCRW Santa Monica, CA
* KPFA Berkeley, CA
* WAMU Washington, DC
* WEMU Ann Arbor, MI
* WNYC New York, NY

Enjoy,

Patrick

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Damon Riley
2005-03-21, 19:38
Thanks! WAMU has some good stuff, even a weekly "Computer Guys" show as
part of the Kojo Nambdi show. It's got NPR, The World, and some BBC
news. Car Talk, The Diane Rehm show, etc. Even though it's a local
station, I get crummy radio reception so I use the Squeezebox to listen.

Anyone know if one of these stations is a Pacifica network station?

-- Damon

Steve Bernard, Jr
2005-03-21, 19:40
On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 21:38:43 -0500, Damon Riley wrote:
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> Anyone know if one of these stations is a Pacifica network station?

KPFA is a Pacifica station.

-Steve

jan van mourik
2005-03-21, 21:30
Don't know a command line tagger, but I like Foobar2000...

Michael Peters
2005-03-21, 22:02
On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 22:39:48 -0500, Michael Haan
<michael_haan (AT) hotmail (DOT) com> wrote:
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> Can anyone recommend a good command-line tagger (I'm already using abcde to
> rip - just need something to use for the occasional fix). I've tried
> audiotool, id3v2 and id3tool but they don't seem to read the existing tags.

id3v2 works perfectly for me - what do you mean by not reading the
existing tags?
It does for me - were your mp3's tagged with ape? I don't believe it
understands ape tags - but it should work fine with existing ID3V1 or
ID3V2 tags.

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Michael Peters
2005-03-22, 08:46
On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 10:28:43 -0500, Michael Haan
<michael_haan (AT) hotmail (DOT) com> wrote:
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> I don't remember the exact command, but something like id3v2 -l 11_*.flac
> came back:
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> 11_Frogs.flac
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> No tags found
>
> Or something like that. Most of these files (they're all flac) were
> ripped/tagged with dbPowerAMP and slimserver seems to be able to pull them
> out. So i just figured this tool (id3v2) was having issues reading them.

Flac doesn't use ID3 tags

man metaflac

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