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Old 01-08-2009, 12:50 PM   #41
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Can anybody relate to that why I think its a bit unfair?

Apparently not.

Instead of all the time you've spent complaining in this thread, you coulda been burning them to cd and then rewhatevering them to the dj program.


You know, this was never a problem with 7" vinyl songs.
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Old 01-08-2009, 12:52 PM   #42
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Yeah, and then I would spend another what... $20, $30 on CD's?!?!? C'mon....
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Yeah, and then I would spend another what... $20, $30 on CD's?!?!? C'mon....
by my estimation, given the numbers you posted before, it sounds like you have ~1500 itunes tracks. on average 25 tracks can fit on a cd (plus it makes the math easier), coming out to 60 cds. 100 cd spindles cost $10-15. that's not too bad i think, plus then you have all your purchased tracks automatically backed up in case, god forbid, something happened to your hard drive or something.
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by my estimation, given the numbers you posted before, it sounds like you have ~1500 itunes tracks. on average 25 tracks can fit on a cd (plus it makes the math easier), coming out to 60 cds. 100 cd spindles cost $10-15. that's not too bad i think, plus then you have all your purchased tracks automatically backed up in case, god forbid, something happened to your hard drive or something.
Try almost double that... 3275 items, 42.69GB to be exact. About a third are burned I would say...? I have been thinking of doing a back-up via CD's but, all my stuff is on an external drive now.

My point is that for me, I see it as a lot of money at the cost of having everything freed-up and cleaner.
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This is why I use the amazon store or buy only iTunes Plus.
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Try almost double that... 3275 items, 42.69GB to be exact. About a third are burned I would say...? I have been thinking of doing a back-up via CD's but, all my stuff is on an external drive now.

My point is that for me, I see it as a lot of money at the cost of having everything freed-up and cleaner.
Then do it.
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You can now choose which tracks to upgrade rather than having to click "buy all" and do your whole library at once. I will probably do a few of mine now.
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