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About Aien

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  • Birthday 01/11/2002

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  1. Really enjoyed this & "Crawling Back". Highly recommend both songs to anyone reading this!
  2. Thanks a lot! So far, only I.R.S. has been copyright-claimed (for obvious reasons).
  3. Alright everyone, so I just released "Too Late for Democracy", which features mostly unreleased GN'R demos from the Village leaks, available for free on Bandcamp: https://aienofficial.bandcamp.com/album/too-late-for-democracy. It'll also be on most streaming services soon. Here's a taste; It's a 10 min medley of a couple of those leaked songs, which I have written lyrics for. This marks the end of me doing GN'R-related music and I'll start making original content, both solo and with my band, Intergang. I hope you guys enjoyed my GN'R covers, both on this album and on "10 Ye
  4. If you really want to ensure the perfect quality CD ripping, I recommend EAC: http://www.exactaudiocopy.de/en/index.php/resources/download/, but for some reason it sometimes crashes for me, so I instead use the free version of dBpoweramp: https://www.dbpoweramp.com/cd-ripper.htm
  5. TL;DR FLAC-HD/ALAC-HD is unnecessary, FLAC/ALAC is perfect, 256kbps AAC (as all music on iTunes is) is good enough for listening. Technically, yes: Hi-res (FLAC-HD) music has more fidelity. Hi-res music is everything above a bit depth of 16 bits (so 24 all the way to 64 bits) and a higher sample rate than 44.1kHz (48kHz, 96kHz, 192kHz, etc.), so if you look at a spectogram (http://spek.cc/), you will (hopefully, if the audio was recorded at that frequency) see frequencies going above and beyond superhuman levels. A lot of people claim that it sounds better. BUT 1) You can't hear
  6. On July 4th, I had the opportunity to play Dub Suplex (which I renamed to A Recurring Puncture) and Going Down (acoustically) at a tiny concert in Vienna. Here are the vids: For "Puncture", the footage starts at 00:42, since the camera that was meant to initially film me ran out of battery. Hope you enjoy! If you enjoy these so much that you want to have them as MP3s or FLACs, you can get them on my bandcamp (https://aienofficial.bandcamp.com/album/few-and-far-apart-live-at-the-kaisersaal-vienna), where you can name your price / download for free.
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