I just assumed it set the time off when the [end] event was. That was what indicated the end of the song, but after checking the audio files you're absolutely right.
They go on (even though it's dead space) until 9:17.
I never even realized it did this, and I'll let the team know that the songs metadata is gathered from the audio stems and not the end event.
Been doing this for almost two years now (testing before TAG), and I'm still learning new stuff >_>
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Well, nonetheless it was disappointing.
It's not an exact science, of course, as there are 5 minute songs out there that range anywhere from 35-50 MB in size.
full band autoplay charts that have been on youtube for 4 months. sure they changed a bit, but it still gives you a full view of what almost all of the song will look like.
Maybe I missed this convo but why on Earth does Devin's By Your Command sound absolutely terrible compared to Ziltoidia Ataxxx!!!?
BTW, how is Hyperdrive doing?Releasing anytime soon i hope?!
[X] MORE Sybreed
[ ] Rammstein
[ ] Katatonia
[ ] Anathema
[ ] Thrice
[ ] Atoma
[X]MORE Rx Bandits
[X] MORE Devin Townsend
It was pointed out when the song was in "pre-Thursday" release status, but understandably they decided not to pull the song - as a stand-alone product, there was no issue with it that can't be corrected by increasing your TV's volume.
RBN songs vary in volume quite drastically all the time (just not usually this much from the same artist). If I pick a random setlist of six RBN songs, it's pretty much guaranteed I'll need to tweak with the volume at least two or three times during the set for optimal audio enjoyment.
They'll be failed if they do a near-silent/dangerously-loud song, but it's not like it can't be lampshaded away.