Subject: Re: CD recording
From: macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Thu Sep 23 2004 - 09:16:07 EDT
a producer friend o mine (that would be grover's cousin) said they only last
about 5 years . . . be carefull. keep your fingers off th glass / / /
and they said you can't scratch CDs. now we make 'SOUND' mobiles of 'em . .
. he 'still' says tape i th wave o th future ;-)
did you know that record company execs are now back at university doin their
PhDocs trying to learn from th kids who pronounced 'shareware' / 'internet'
who was that crazy guy who invented th inter.net to com.municate ? rock on
in th free world
does anyone want to buy an used iPOD with spirituality / commodity /
com.munity attached ? ;-)
who is th commodity ? th ipod or me ? th record industry or me ? now back to
th acoustic community . . .
sorry for th jammin - been reading too much Noise: the political economy o
th iPOD by Jacques Attali
let's see / hear what new light bulb can we invent that won't last with
plastic wrap Xtra (charge to consumer) ?
best, macCormac / sylvi (www.onlisoni.ca)
ps iriXx is in trouble with MADonna (again ;-)
plz do say hello to John K / Mr Clinton / Anni Lennox
Dennis Bathory-Kitsz wrote:
> At 09:13 PM 9/22/04 +0200, Andres Lewin wrote:
> > I am asking about experience on life of recorded CD-R.
> If you can follow the Dutch, here is an article about the very short life
> of CD-Rs in practical situations.
> The publisher (who happens to be staying with us this week) discovered a
> problem as you did, and began analyzing them for errors. The illustration
> is almost enough to worry me!
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