Re: CD recording


Subject: Re: CD recording
From: Jason Smalridge (inadaze@mac.com)
Date: Thu Sep 23 2004 - 10:37:21 EDT


Hi- lo,
Try here to start with:
http://www.cdrfaq.org/faq07.html#S7-5

It's a hefty site but there is a lot of info on CD and recordable media.
Hope it helps a little...

Jay
On 23-Sep-04, at 9:26 AM, macCormac wrote:

> 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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