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How much music do you have your computer?  

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  1. 1. How much music do you have your computer?

    • None
      0
    • Less than 1GB
      10
    • 1GB to 2.99GB
      4
    • 3GB to 4.99GB
      5
    • 5GB to 7.99GB
      6
    • 8GB to 9.99GB
      5
    • 10GB to 14.99GB
      5
    • 15GB to 19.99GB
      1
    • 20GB and above
      8
    • YODA!
      4


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Tracks? I mean single music tracks? How odd. This is like ancient radio.

 

Vinyl > *.

Damn right, Mister!

 

So, I got them all (teh vinyls) mixed together in ca. 17GB OGG files. That would be like 34GB the least of same quality MP3s.

 

But me not stupid. Da backup DVD is a must.

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God, you people are awful. I have currently 434.72 MB/104 tracks of music on my computer and about the same amount on my mp3 player.

I have the problem that I can't afford getting more memory for my comp and if I tell about it to my dad he just goes off and buys himself memory, leaving me with the one I have right now. I hate him. And with god damn Kazaa, I now have a virus eating space on my other drive so I can't get any music there and with the other, larger drive meant for pure gaming, I'm pretty much assraped here.

 

I need a new, way more better computer if I plan on getting more music OR playing more "sophisticated" games than what I currently play. Oh, well... At least Vice City manages to run on this crappy thing. 'm just waiting for all those crackers to move on from XP and maybe I can then consider updating this 98SE Pentium II, 450 MHZ crapper. My god this computer sucks. It's like a Commodore 64 compared to the new machinery all games require. A new computer and Guild Wars or D&D Online in my grasp and I'll be happy for months and months and months and months... Until the new generation of gaming comes along and I'll need even better machinery. I hate being broke. I'm always two years late from all good games, so by the time I get to play Guild Wars, nobody wil be online anymore. Pfft! And I'm not going to go even deeper than rock bottom by playing Runescape...

 

Well dang, that was a totally unrelated post. Oh well, you'll manage to read the part that's related to the actual thread

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Pfft... Kazaa wasn't my choise. after WinMX stopped it's activity my bro got me Bareshare and after that started bitching with me my other bro got me Kazaa. Now my C drive has a mere 100mb of memory left and it's complaining all the time about how it's full and I should see if I can find an anti-virus program that actually kills the viruses instead of letting me kindly know my computer is infected and then try to sell me the full program for $19.99

 

Capitalism sucks... We need more socialism and not the socialism Vasemmistoliitto or SDP is trying to push us...

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Pfft... Kazaa wasn't my choise. after WinMX stopped it's activity my bro got me Bareshare and after that started bitching with me my other bro got me Kazaa. Now my C drive has a mere 100mb of memory left and it's complaining all the time about how it's full and I should see if I can find an anti-virus program that actually kills the viruses instead of letting me kindly know my computer is infected and then try to sell me the full program for $19.99

 

Capitalism sucks... We need more socialism and not the socialism Vasemmistoliitto or SDP is trying to push us...

 

Bearshare is also spyware :X and WinMX pretty much sucked.

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I have ~40GB on my current Mac, as well as at least 20GB of CD's I've not ripped ... but am forcing myself to a max of 10GB (pref 5GB) on the new MacBook Pro (my Mac partition is ~50GB to give the WinXP side plenty of game space ;) ). I did the transfer last night and got it down to ~7.5GB. Not bad ...

 

Not much on mine. I'd rather listen to my 8 tracks.

 

My first 'stereo' when I was 10 (traditional gift from grandparents) was a combo turntable / 8-track with detached speakers ... it was great.

 

I don't remember what 8-tracks I had, but I know that 'Ballroom Blitz' by Sweet was one of my first 45's.

 

Vinyl > *.

 

I have ripped a few of my old records to MP3 using CoolEdit Pro, but it is a bit of a hassle. I was amazed after grabbing my couple of hundred albums from my parent's house how many I had bought again on CD, and how many fell into 'seemed good when I was a teenager' (Blue Cheer's Vincebus Erectus is an exampe) ... leaving only a few out-of-print things to rip.

 

I was very good at taking care of my records by recording them to tape and listening to the tapes. My wife's records are all worn down from years of listning (she, like every other girl, had a thing for David Cassidy in the early 70's ;) )

 

Oh ... and pretty well all my stuff is legal. Everything is legit except the questionable KotOR soundtrack. And I know that the DCMA says that while I can record from a friend's LP or tape, recording from their CD's makes me a 'pirate' ... so that means a few dozen songs or so are 'questionable'.

 

Mike

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I think I have around 3 or 4 gigs. My ipod has around that much on it (~800 songs) and I think all the music I have is on my ipod. Although my dad has been ripping his old records to mp3 format and I haven't added any of those to my computer, they're on our network server.

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