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MJLavelle
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Nov 26, 2015
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Will this license give us free access to the iOS or Android versions that are coming out in the future? If not, will we at least be able to purchase them for a substantially discounted price? I bought this for my Mac, but the truth is, I only use it for about 10-20% of my listening time. The rest is on mobile, either from an iPad or iPhone. I am now hoping that this discount allows me to get first crack at the iOS version, preferably for free.
One other question - is it possible to process a FLAC file through this, and record it at the same bit rate to create a FLAC file with this processing intact? Then I could simply transfer them over to my iPhone. On the same subject, is there a preferred FLAC player to use in conjunction with this software when using it on the Mac?
Nov 26, 2015
Darin_Fong_Audio
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Fong Audio
Nov 26, 2015
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Hi MJLavelle, When we eventually get Out Of Your Head released for mobile devices, those version will be a separate purchase on those app stores. There is no way to do any kind of cross licensing with the app stores, but the cost of the mobile version of Out Of Your Head will probably cost less than the current version of Out Of Your Head. Due to the significant development costs, it will definitely not be free. Sorry.
You can record the output from Out Of Your Head as a file using audio recording software on Windows or Mac. On Windows, I have used Audacity to do that. Here's a link to the Out Of Your Head thread on Head-Fi.org about how to do it: http://www.head-fi.org/t/689299/out-of-your-head-new-virtual-surround-simulator/30#post_9986088 Here's instructions for Mac: http://www.head-fi.org/t/689299/out-of-your-head-new-virtual-surround-simulator/315#post_11126817
For OS X flac players, there are many. I have used JRiver, Audirvana, Amarra, and Kodi. They all work well with Out Of Your Head.
Nov 26, 2015
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