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by Lunar at 8:19 AM EST on December 17, 2009
also, famicompo entries are out :3
http://famicompo-mini.com/compo/vol6/FCM6_Entries.zip

so many great tunes again this year.
by unknownfile at 12:33 PM EST on December 17, 2009
i hate schedulers asdoasfoas
by SmartOne at 12:00 AM EST on December 18, 2009
Edited my transcription of Etude for Ghosts and recorded it from our Yamaha Clavinova CVP-96:

http://www.mediafire.com/?oyvmj2a1jgz

A couple generic demo tracks from the piano for fun:

http://www.mediafire.com/?dfmhzym2lzz

http://www.mediafire.com/?oindgwzginl
by hcs at 12:26 PM EST on December 18, 2009
Hm, little pop at 30 seconds.
by SmartOne at 3:11 PM EST on December 18, 2009
Yeah, I noticed that. Don't know why. Would have to record it again.
by arbingordon at 4:03 PM EST on December 22, 2009
Now for the FLAC issue. I totally agree with Tangotreats. The whole idea with mp3 is compression, and the idea with VBR is compression with better quality. If you really want lossless, why don't you just rip a WAV file and skip the compression altogether? I don't really understand the FLAC craze. CD quality really isn't all that high anyway! (2 channels, 44100 Hz, 16 bit) There is going to have to be an upgrade to quality and recording medium some time in the future anyway, so compression will continue to be an issue as file size will increase. The majority of the buyers that will own 100 or so CD's won't have 10 TB (i'm just throwing a number out there) of hard disk space to accomodate the larger lossless files of the new media.

I have to say, I do agree with the bolded part.
by hcs at 4:50 PM EST on December 22, 2009
I think he's saying that the "new media" will be roughly 10 TB for 100 discs. Which, yes, is ridiculous, but not as odd your interpretation.

Woo, projection, I somehow assumed that you were arguing that he thought 100 CDs were 10 TBs, since that was my first reading. Nothing in your post indicates that...

edited 4:55 PM EST December 22, 2009
by SmartOne at 8:35 PM EST on December 22, 2009
People (aka the quoted person) are dumb.
by arbingordon at 6:57 PM EST on December 23, 2009
well, hcs, even the highest realistic end user standard is 1-2GB/album (24bit @ 96kHz w/ 6 channels)
so he's off quite a bit.
by SmartOne at 5:14 PM EST on December 24, 2009
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007) is a perfect movie.

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