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I know this isn't related to the isolated score but is there a list of which deleted scenes does not contain tracked music from other cues? Other than the complete Fathiers Charge cue.

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Disney/Lucasfilm's best rights lawyers working their hardest to bring everyone on the planet the Last Jedi isolated score in the best quality and most easily accessible way as the director intends (2018, artist's depiction, colorised):

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On 4/11/2018 at 7:20 AM, Manakin Skywalker said:

Yeah, I noticed that for some reason YouTube will sometimes only cite a short portion of the music rather than a whole cue. I'm not positive exactly why that is.

 

I've relied on YT's copyright ID for a lot of music searches recently, and part of it seems to be length. I mainly search for library music, and different labels only seem to rock the boat if you've used over a certain amount of a track. Some need 30 secs, some need a minute. I don't tend to do it with commercial music (Shazam takes care of that) but I'd imagine there's some sort of similar limit. Hence if you upload an entire track, they may only care about the first minute,

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May I humbly enquire whether anyone has purchased the iTunes version other than in US / Canada / UK / Australia? I want to pull the trigger but need to know if other territories got the iso as part of iTunes extras. Thanks.

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On 5/3/2018 at 1:23 PM, JTWfan77 said:

May I humbly enquire whether anyone has purchased the iTunes version other than in US / Canada / UK / Australia? I want to pull the trigger but need to know if other territories got the iso as part of iTunes extras. Thanks.

 

Hello, new to the group. I can confirm that the isolated score is not available in iTunes store in Sweden, Europe. If anyone has managed to get their hands on a copy please get back to me with how you found it.

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4 hours ago, mirola said:

 

Hello, new to the group. I can confirm that the isolated score is not available in iTunes store in Sweden, Europe. If anyone has managed to get their hands on a copy please get back to me with how you found it.

 

On the laserdisc of course!

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I'm only going to say this once so people can QUIT messaging me about it.  My actual rip of the isolated score is NOT repeat NOT lossless. So please quit messaging me asking if it is lossless.

 

It's not a recording just a rip and I think it's the same frequencies of what's out there all ready.

 

So again people please do not message me anymore asking if it's lossless.

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3 hours ago, Trent B said:

I'm only going to say this once so people can QUIT messaging me about it.  My actual rip of the isolated score is NOT repeat NOT lossless. So please quit messaging me asking if it is lossless.

 

It's not a recording just a rip and I think it's the same frequencies of what's out there all ready.

 

So again people please do not message me anymore asking if it's lossless. 

 

I deleted my posts so hopefully people will stop. Sorry about the mess.

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For those of us who are not in the know, what am I supposed to be looking for when I look at a spectrogram?  I’ve seen them in multiple threads but have absolutely no idea what is what.

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Just now, ATXHusker said:

For those of us who are not in the know, what am I supposed to be looking for when I look at a spectrogram?  I’ve seen them in multiple threads but have absolutely no idea what is what. 

 

I'm not the best with words, so Googling it might be better. But for one, there is no frequency cutoff lower than 22khz. Basically the more detailed and "defined" the spectrogram is, the better.

 

For example, this would be an example of "lossy" audio:

 

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As you can see, the frequency is cutoff at about 15khz, there are much less high frequency "details", and the audio is visibly highly compressed.

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