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Dark Future

the mp3 Dark Future is missing. It is available at: 04:30, 25 February 2008 (CET) Crass Spektakel
It is not really available anymore, unfortunately, seeing as Oni Central is down.
And even the archivated version of the site did not preserve any FTP content.
However, I remember listening to both "Dark Future" and "Uncertain Past"...
If I recall correctly, these are just alternative names, like "Strikers!".
The only one on Oni Central that was not on the CD is No One Left To Trust.
Correct me if I'm wrong, of course, and maybe upload those "missing" two.
geyser 19:01, 25 February 2008 (CET)
On a second thought, no, I probably never heard those 2. Too bad.
If you happen to have the MP3 and care to share, just go ahead...
Like I said, they're no longer available for download anywhere.
geyser 04:41, 26 February 2008 (CET)
About "Dark Future" again, it seems that it's just Trailer in disguise.
I don't know about Uncertain Past, but it was probably redundant too.
There must be a reason why Harry only left "No One Left To Trust"...
I'll ask on Oni Central Forum.
geyser 18:00, 27 February 2008 (CET)

Music Preview

Would it be a good idea to have a preview of each song? I made an example page to test an online player I found. The player on the left side is a test video player (that didn't work) the right side is an MP3 player with some good looking visualizations.

rossy 10:11, 10 November 2008 (CET)

"good looking visualizations" is a contradiction in terms - all visualizations suck ^_^. Except a plain FFT or oscillogram or spectrogram, that is - a spectrogram would be neat. Much more important is a seeking option. AFAIK, that player you use allows for that, but it's a bit tricky; you can bind keypresses to operations like incrementing the current time, but then it's not really part of the player's intended interface anymore, more like hardcore JS geekness. --geyser 23:16, 10 November 2008 (CET)
I can't comment on whether the idea of pre-listening is good or bad. The popular QT plugin lets people stream the MP3s anyway, and I personally know all the tracks by heart (and they're on my HDD), so I really don't care. On the absolute scale of features I guess it's a "some people would probably think it's neat" kind of thing. And I'm still very unsure as for the embedding of the flash player into the wiki itself. --geyser 23:16, 10 November 2008 (CET)