and stream at balls ass late hour of the night.
GOOD LIFE CHOICES OVER HERE.
WHEREDOTHEYSELLTHOSE?! I need them so bad. This is absolutely perfect.
They sell them at Target
This is a fantastic idea.
Raging pharmacology boner.
Bonus points for being single chemical pills.
you should check out their website! http://www.helpineedhelp.com
If you think that packaging is brill, wait until you see the site.
This company is a marketer’s wet dream.
That website is fantastic. Seriously, click on it and check out the whole site. Best waste of time EVER.
that’s some really good marketing.
the “help i don’t know if i am gay” one is my favourite.
speaking of daft punk.
major props to this guy for making this smashing bit of audio joy.
byakuyatwogami replied to your post: so due to a certain events, i essentially have access to a high quality 320kbps mp3 version and a lossless cd quality FLAC 16bit 44100khz version of of random access memories.
yeah like flac might be higher quality in terms of the file but its not like our ears are good enough to tell the difference……
exactly. especially because they both have the same technical limitation set by the CD quality audio as a baseline, and the range between the two is too small for us to really notice any difference at all.
that said, i’m not arguing against the idea of using flac at all. for the purpose of audio archival, its fantastic because it allows us to have that same baseline of audio quality as the CD at a smaller data amount.
that’s a very good thing.
what does that mean to you.
basically, in terms of technicality, the FLAC version is higher quality than the mp3 version.
so just for the purpose of testing, i imported the mp3 version and flac version of the song “touch” into ableton, lined them up so they were perfectly in sync, and proceeded to swap back and forth between the two versions of the song to hear the differences.
bare in mind, i’m listening to these through my studio monitoring headphones, so i’m basically listening to them with best case scenario hardware.
i can’t hear fucking diddly of a difference.
i know i’ve said this before, but i’ll just say it again. the idea that a CD quality audio file is superior to a 320kbps MP3 is sorta bs since the data difference between the two REALLY isn’t that far apart in technical terms. moreover, the fact that mp3 and CD quality audio are both at a sample rate of 44100hz just makes the whole thing even more moot because they share the same sample rate.
basically its like trying to compare kellogs brand frosted flakes to malt-o-meal brand frosted flakes. maybe the kellogs brand is made to a higher standard, but its by such a negligible amount that you’re really not going to be able to tell the difference by any sense of human perception.
honestly, if people really want the highest quality of music listening possible, they should really start asking for 24bit recordings at 96000hz. because let me tell you, that’s when you actually CAN hear the difference.
EDIT: BECAUSE I KNOW SOMEONE IS GOING TO BRING THIS UP!
no, i don’t accept the statement that “vinyl sounds superior” because GUESS WHAT this day and age, when a vinyl pressing is made, they’re working with the master CD audio as their base audio to work with.
AND GUESS WHAT THAT MASTER AUDIO’S SPECIFICATIONS PROBABLY ARE.
16BIT AT 44100HZ.
the family is finally all here.
Um, excuse me where’s the Homework album? And the Alive Album’s? >_>
i’m holding out for a dj pack version of homework with the individual songs on individual sides of the record seeing as that’s how identify that collection of music being best represented.
alive 2007, unfortunately, has never been printed on vinyl ever. which is a crime and unfortunately, the label that holds pressing rights to that record, virgin, is seems to give the impression it really doesn’t care about vinyl much at all.
please, use it for evil only.