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RE: CDR longevity
This is so synchronistic that you're writing this stuff below.
First, cuz as I'm reading it I'm listening to your CD for the 1st time.
Really digging it, and subjectively its a reminder that the only boundaries
are the ones we create, There are no rules (as long as it grooves :-).
I'm a music AND gear slut and I just picked up, after months of resistance,
an iPod. Having like 100-400+/- CDs in one handy package makes me listen to
a lot more stuff than I would normally. I'm talking about getting my
selection of CD's on the hard drive, not Napstering. Highly
recommended....very intense for any lover of music, but esp for artistes
such as we.
now I'm really gonna be seen as a gearslut :-0
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rick Walker/Loop.pooL [mailto:GLOBAL@cruzio.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2002 2:14 PM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: re: CDR longevity
> Steuart asked about CDR longevity:
> I've never had a single complaint, Steuart and I've been putting them out
> for the last three years.
> The media cost is so inexpensive that I don't even worry about
> it, frankly,
> I just let people know that I"ll burn them another one if they
> ever need me
> to. You can always put 'lifetime guarantee' on a website but I doubt
> you'd ever have a single person take you up on it.
> I have this theory: most people don't listen to an individual
> CD very many
> times...........usually, unless they are in love with it (which is rare)
> most people will only listen to something they own once or twice, maybe a
> half a dozen times.
> What is everyone else's experience with this little theory?
> I've just noticed my own listening habits in this regard. I have
> and hundreds of CDs that I never listen to. I love owning them because,
> occasionally I go back in and play something for my wife or for a
> but you get my drift. Maybe I'm just a music
> take care, Rick Walker (loop.pool)