Some impressive numbers listed above. Would love to peep what some of you are listening to because the tastes must be broad and eclectic. Still, even though I appreciate all genres of music, I really don't want to open that pandora's box.
Try reselling that on ebay.
Only 1,613... all but about 5% are ripped directly from vinyl and they're almost all soul/funk/pre-1995 hip hop. Making MP3s from vinyl is laborious and I really have to be feeling the track to put in the work. iTunes says it's almost 5 days' worth. I would think that once you could go one month without repeats that would be enough. Then again, many of us should probably have enough vinyl, but that doesn't stop me from bringing home even more stacks of records now and then.I know a few people who rip all their CDs in their entirity. To me, that's too much filler. I made a good chunk of my MP3s when I knew I would be away from my records for a couple years. Now that we're reunited, I hardly rip down vinyl that much anymore. Although if it was as easy as converting CDs, I would do it regularly.Some impressive numbers listed above. Would love to peep what some of you are listening to because the tastes must be broad and eclectic. Still, even though I appreciate all genres of music, I really don't want to open that pandora's box. Last thing I need is to go broke trying to build a deep bluegrass collection or a blues collection. Even collecting straight jazz has me shook, so I try to limit myself to heavyweight material only. This collecting shit is nuts.
says the dude whos always requestin some mp3s on the dj premier forum
According to iTunes, 16372 mp3s, 70.7 days of audio, or 125.03 gigs. e-dick++, right?
According to iTunes, 16372 mp3s, 70.7 days of audio, or 125.03 gigs. e-dick++, right? No idea, I'll trust you on that one. I don't use iTunes nor have an iPod, and yet I create podcasts. Go figure.
You do that a lot.
You do that a lot. You got it, dude
You know you knew.
You know you knew. Well let's be honest, one doesn't NEED[/b] an iPod to play MP3's. I did host an online radio show for awhile, and in terms of convenience, MP3's are great. The listener on the other end doesn't care too much. But outside of what I receive to review or if someone needs a song that I have, I don't do the heavy MP3 downloading that I used to. It makes it easy to hear the song immediately, but it makes me want the record or CD even more.When I make podcasts, I do it directly from vinyl, CD, or a lossless file so that it will be of decent quality when someone downloads it. I don't want people to hear that "shard" sound.
WOW...you did it AGAIN.