- Changes to the «Soundcard» tab does not take effect during a stream
- Make your changes, Save/Apply, press Disconnect, then Connect again
- Changes to the «Tags» tab automatically apply immediately
- Uncheck the "Read tags automatically" checkbox in order
to make several changes without affecting the stream
- Windows will add noise to your music if it's too loud
- Although barely noticeable, every audio signal that
reaches 100% amplitude is slightly
corrupted by windows (or hardlimited,
depending on your soundcard drivers).
This is what happens to "Reptile" by
Skrillex when played at full volume,
optionally you can grab the
- For the best quality, keep your media player
volume just below maximum.
- Foobar users:
Add an equalizer to your playback
DSP Manager, «Configure Selected» and turn all of the
knobs down by exactly one step. This gives just enough
attenuation without colouring your music.
- Other media players: idklol
- Please don't use the Loopstream resampler
- Actually, the Loopstream resampler is great.
The problem is that it's only necessary
because you're already using the Windows
resampler. The Windows resampler is not
- Using any resampler at all means your music
turns muddy, as you're losing your highest
trebles and the rest is turning murky.
- Also, please don't use Windows «Sound Enhancements»
- Using equalizers or compressors on your
speakers means that everyone else will
be hearing that same crud.
- Right-click your speaker icon in the tray and
select playback devices, then right-click
the speakers you selected in Loopstream's
«input Music» and select Properties. Open
the «Enhancements» tab and check the
«Disable all enhancements» box.