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I was very pleased earlier this evening when I learned that GOG started to release soundtracks in FLAC, including the soundtracks for The Witcher and The Witcher 2.

Unfortunately, that joy didn't last very long. I downloaded the FLAC soundtrack for the first The Witcher and listened to my favorite song in the game, The Dike, and was greeted by crackling noises at 3:04, 3:11, 3:43 and some other places. I haven't heard any other songs yet, but it wouldn't surprise me if there are more crackling noises here and there :(
Post edited January 30, 2014 by Freddo
Yes you're right :(
Post edited February 01, 2014 by Aditya_Iyer
I'll be rechecking the soundtrack as time permits. I'll definitely take the CD again and try ripping the audio with a different tool.

Sorry about this guys :(
Thanks :)
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JudasIscariot: I'll be rechecking the soundtrack as time permits. I'll definitely take the CD again and try ripping the audio with a different tool.
So, the CD itself is free from the crackling noises?
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JudasIscariot: I'll be rechecking the soundtrack as time permits. I'll definitely take the CD again and try ripping the audio with a different tool.
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Gydion: So, the CD itself is free from the crackling noises?
I'll check everything out when I get to work on Monday :)
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JudasIscariot: I'll check everything out when I get to work on Monday :)
Great, thanks.
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JudasIscariot: I'll definitely take the CD again and try ripping the audio with a different tool.
Your sister company are the developers and you're ripping from a disc? Seriously?
Thank you so much! I really didn't expect it quite honestly, thanks for your PM :)

This is what makes you guys stand apart from all the 'big companies' and professionals. Really brought a smile to my face. :)
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JudasIscariot: I'll definitely take the CD again and try ripping the audio with a different tool.
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Elenarie: Your sister company are the developers and you're ripping from a disc? Seriously?
My thoughts exactly.
So was it actually updated?
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JudasIscariot: I'll be rechecking the soundtrack as time permits. I'll definitely take the CD again and try ripping the audio with a different tool.

Sorry about this guys :(
So, why are you exactly doing what I mentioned in the previous post?
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JudasIscariot: I'll be rechecking the soundtrack as time permits. I'll definitely take the CD again and try ripping the audio with a different tool.

Sorry about this guys :(
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Elenarie: So, why are you exactly doing what I mentioned in the previous post?
Because I don't know what I am expected to have? Am I expected to be making these from DAT (or the equivalent thereof) files?

I am sorry, but contrary to popular belief, we're not the same company. We're two different companies under the same umbrella, if that helps.
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JudasIscariot: Because I don't know what I am expected to have? Am I expected to be making these from DAT (or the equivalent thereof) files?

I am sorry, but contrary to popular belief, we're not the same company. We're two different companies under the same umbrella, if that helps.
Well, can't you just ask them to send you over the raw .WAV or whatever files, just like how you request game data? Seems weird that you're not able to do that.
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JudasIscariot: We're two different companies under the same umbrella, if that helps.
How romantic ;)