Lossless (mostly) FLAC encoding of the Touhou Lossless Music Collection v19 without cues (since most music player don't like cues).
Split with Cuetools (libflac)
Tagged with metaflac and mp3tag
I used a bunch of C#Scripts to automate most of it. There were some cases of broken cue tags where my scripts were unable to fix the cues. I used mp3tag to manually tag the resulting flac files.
The folder structure matches the one from TLMC exactly, with extra directories added. In cases where there were multiple .tta files in the same directory in TLMC, a directory with the name of .tta was created. The files are named in this scheme: `[<tracknumber>] <artist> - <title>.flac`. In some cases I cut down some absurdly long file names. No filename is longer than 128 Byte. (While NTFS and Windows handled the long filenames just fine, my NAS gave up on it).
Did you noticed the 'mostly' in the beginning? Yeah thats because I had to reencode some files from 48Khz/24bit down to 44Khz/16bit because Cuetools won't encode files which aren't 100% Red Book Audio CD dumps (and this standard specifies 44/16).. So yeah.. that means all Flacs are 44/16.
Also.. I did this reencode mostly for me, so there might be something I missed. (Please notifiy me about mistakes and I'll try to fix them for v20).