I Hate Everyone But You, the debut novel by two emerging major talents in YA, Allison Raskin and Gaby Dunn, is a story about new beginnings, love and heartbreak, and, ultimately, the power of friendship.
Singer Whitfield Crane said the song is about a cynical childhood friend of the band's. \"He's not mean-spirited by any means, but he can sure pick apart any situation. And he always had that charm about him,\" said Crane.
The song describes, with an uptempo beat, a list of things the lead singer hates or doesn't care about: the weather, \"your\" family, and \"everything about you.\" In the bridge, the singer admits that he has a bad attitude, but that he enjoys hating everything and refuses to change. The song closes with the well-known couplet \"Shave and a Haircut\".
The re-recorded version includes a spoken intro by actress Julia Sweeney, in the role of Pat, the overweight androgynous character that appeared on Saturday Night Live, saying \"Are you the guys on the beach that hate everything Eww! Is this some sort of hip music that I don't understand\"
Wrong. If you've made this comment, you probably already know about LAME and the all other flavours of mp3 codec, and you probably do choose to use higher bit-rates, but you're in the minority. Most \"regular listeners\" go for the default settings - and even in iTunes this is only 160 kbps.
BLAKE: With spaces between words, we could read silently. That meant that stories were even more accessible. You could read whatever you want without everyone around you going apeshit because you do the female characters in falsetto.
As I read blocks of audio and write the files out, I check to see if I am about to write a chunk that would make my file exceed my 2 second limit. If so, I write enough to get to 2 seconds, close the file, and then open a new file and write the remainder into the new file, and then read more data. Something like this:
B: If ExtAudioFileWrite is doing the conversion from compressed to decompressed, then the data I am writing hasn't yet been decompressed (right), so shouldn't I have to worry about playing with frame numbers and offsets when I am dealing with compressed data Should I instead be converting the file first, either to a PCM file or into memory, and then split that PCM 59ce067264