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Customize your Music Universe2019-02-15T09:39:19+00:00

Customize your Music Universe

Do you want to improve your listening experience and make your Music Universe even more unique?

With Epicentric you can!

“It’s your music and you can do what you want!”

Edit The “Playback Flow”

Edit the Playback flow

When you edit with Epicentric you do not act directly on your files but on their playback flow thus changing the way your songs are played.

Your original files are therefore neither modified nor duplicated, thus not occupying additional storage space.

Editable parameters

icona Volume

VOLUME GAIN

To enhance or weaken the volume of the tracks in your library that are particularly strong or weak so that you have a balanced volume in your selections, collections, playlists.

icon Equalizer

EQUALIZATION

To optimize the listening of individual tracks, groups of tracks, selections, collections, playlists.

icona Audio Crop

AUDIO CROP

To “select” and use specific parts of a track in your selections, collections, playlists.

As soon as possible we will expand the range of tools at your disposal to increase your possibilities and make you become more and more the director of your listening experience.

The Multi-level Editing

In Epicentric you have 2 different possibilities to change the playback flow of your Music files:

1. Act directly on the tracks in your catalog

2. Use the Epicentric technology and then act on your Links, Epikeys and Map

Editing on the tracks in your Catalog

Use the Music Settings

icone Music Settings

Edit a track in your catalog

You can act on a single track of your catalog editing the parameters available in the Music Settings.

One of the most useful features available in the Music settings is the “Gain”.

For example, if a track of your catalog has a lower volume than the others you can increase its gain so as to balance it with the others and therefore have a homogeneous volume in your selections, collections, playlists.

Play a track from your catalog

When you activate a song directly from your catalog it be played according to the parameters you have edited in the Music Settings.

Editing with Epicentric technology

     

Using Epicentric Technology allows you to act on your Links , your Epikeys  and your Maps .

The possibility of acting on these further “levels” proves to be very useful for customizing your Music Universe.

The limits of Music Settings

When playing on a song in your catalog using the parameters available in the “Music Settings” the song will be played according to the edited instructions.

When to use Epicentric technology

When you want instead that a Track has to play in a certain way only when it’s linked to a certain Epikey, then you can use the Epicentric technology editing Epikeys and Links.

For example if the track “Nozze di figaro” by Mozart is for you connected to the emotion of joy only in the first 50 seconds and you want to play only that part of the track when you activate the Epikey “Joy” you can act on the Link that connects the track to the Epikey “Joy” and use the Audio-Crop feature by selecting the part of the track you want to play.

By doing that:

When you activate the Link that connect the track to the Epikey “Joy” or the Epikey “Joy” (generating the playlist with all its links) the track will be played only in the selected part.

When you activate the track from your catalog or activate other Links or other Epikeys to which the track is connected (other than “Joy”) the track will be reproduced entirely.

The Utility of Editing with Epicentric technology

Therefore, one of the elements of greater innovation and utility made possible by Epicentric technology is that you have the ability to
play
every track in your catalog in infinite different ways depending on the Epikey to which it is connected.

All this without modifying or duplicating your files and without taking up extra storage space.

One track, infinite ways of playing

Use the Links settings 

Edit a Link

You can act on any of your Links by editing the parameters available in the “Link Settings” thus changing the playback flow of the tracks to which each Links refers.

One of the most useful features available in the Link Settings is the Audio-crop   which allows you to select and then play only a specific part of a track.

For example, if a track in your catalog has a part that makes you feel Light-heart and another part that makes you feel “melancholy” you can use the Epicentric technology as follows:

1- Create the Epikey “Light-heart”

2- Create a Link to connect the track to the Epikey “Light-heart”

3- Use the Audio-Crop function to select only the part of the track that makes you feel light-heart.

You can then repeat the same thing with the other part of the track:

1- Create the Epikey “Melancholy”

2- Create a Link to connect the track to the Epikey “Melancholy”

3- Use the Audio-Crop function to select only the part of the track that makes you feel Melancholy.

Activate a Link

When you activate a Link, or activate the entire Epikey generating a playlist with all its Links, the tracks connected to the Epikey are played according to the parameters you have edited in the Link settings.

In the Audio-crop example, therefore:

When you activate the Link connected to the Epikey “Light-heart”, or activate the entire Epikey by generating a playlist of all its Links, the tracks will be played only in the part that makes you feel Light-heart.

When you activate the Link connected to the Epikey “Melancholy”, or activate the entire Epikey by generating a playlist of all its Links, the track will be played only in the part that makes you feel Melancholy.

Use the Epikey settings 

Edit an Epikey

In addition to acting on a single link, you can act on an entire Epikey by editing the parameters available in the “Epikey Settings”.

When you act on an Epikey the effect of your editing spreads to all its Links.

One of the most useful features available in the Epikey Settings is equalization.

For example, if you have a Map with all your Discography divided by genres and you want to improve listening to the Epikey “Funky” through a dedicated equalization you can use Epicentric technology in this way:

1- Enter the “Epikey Settings” of the Epikey “Funky”

2- Set the equalization that best suits you.

Activate an Epikey

When you activate an Epikey generating a playlist, all the tracks connected to the Epikey are played according to the parameters you have edited in the Epikey Settings, and eventually in the Link settings of each single Link.

In the Equalization example therefore, all the tracks of the Epikey “Funky” are played back with the equalization you have set.

Use the Map settings 

Edit a Map

When you edit an Epikey from which other Epikeys originated, the effect of editing spreads over all the Epikeys underlying it.

This is very useful because it allows you to act with your editing on an entire map or on branches/parts of it.

Activate a Map

When you activate a Map generating a playlist, all the Tracks connected to all the Epikeys are played according to the parameters you edited in each Epikey, and eventually in the Link settings of each single Link.

The 2 “Rules” of Multi-Level Editing

1- The propagation effect

When you edit on a “most General” level the effect of editing spreads on the level of detail.

This rule allows you to edit groups of tracks instead of single tracks.

Thanks to this rule:

If you edit a track in your catalog the track will be played, according to the parameters you edited, in the Playlist generated by all the Epikeys to which the track is connected.

If you edit an Epikey, all the Links, and so all the tracks connected to it, will be played according to the parameters you edited.

If you edit a Map, all the Links of the underlying Epikeys, and so all the tracks connected to them, will be played according to the parameters you edited.

2- The level of detail prevails on the most general level

This rule allows you to customize always the listening in the level of detail.

The parameters that you set at the Epikey level prevail over those you set in the tracks of your catalog.

The parameters you set on a lower level Epikey prevail over those you set on (or inherited from) the upper level Epikey (Map)

The parameters that you set on a single Link prevail over those you set on (or inherited from) the Epikey to which the Link belongs.

Therefore:

The Epikey settings prevail over the Music Settings

The Epikey settings of an Epikey prevail over the Settings of a Superior level Epikey and/or the Map to which the Epikey belongs

The Links Settings prevails over the Epikey settings of the Epikey to which the Link belongs

Customize Your Maps

You can use the following features to customize your Maps:

– Assign a color to the name of every Epikeys and Map

– Assign a color to the lines of every Epikeys and Map

– Assign an image to each Epikey and Map

When you change a graphical parameter to a Map, or to any Epikeys from which other Epikeys originate, the underlying Epikeys inherit the values you set at the above level unless you set different values ​​for them.

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