Re: CD recording


Subject: Re: CD recording
From: macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Thu Sep 23 2004 - 09:26:41 EDT


hey hey Mr In a Daze (aka Dr @ Small Ridge on th Edge o th Laurentians North Quest o Walden's Pond)

i knew you were t/here with this cool post. wow this info is good. thanks.

am i slow ? waht iz th where iz the question. i'm scrooling / drooling to find.

can you post th direct link-age for us old ladies with frock and socks ?

yours sincerely, macCormac / sylvi (dis-abled in vaudeville ;-)

Jason Smalridge wrote:

> I think this may help to answer your questions.
> http://www.cdrfaq.org/
>
> Jay
> On 22-Sep-04, at 5:34 PM, Coryn Smethurst wrote:
>
> HHB audio guarantee their CDR's to last longer than 5 years, can't remember how long off the top of my head ...
>
> crrs
>
> on 22/9/04 20:13, Andres Lewin at alero@eresmas.net wrote:
>
> I am asking about experience on life of recorded CD-R.
> I am having trouble playing and saving material recorded on CD-R about 4-5 years ago. Beginning sectors mainly ok, but further progress in the CD noises appear. Once you extract it, the extraction time increases notably, and if you inspect the .wav files you may find clics or even empty spaces.
> Two days ago a composer residing in France made following statement as per his knowledge gathered at different electronic music studios.
> - Commercial released CDs: estimated life 20 years
> - recorded CD-R: estimated life 5 years
> Any body can give any light on this issue?
> Andres Lewin-Richter
> Phonos Foundation
> Barcelona



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