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Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. I figure once the idea catches on, I can sell the company to one of the big credit reporting agencies for enough to pay off all my old creditors One could say that techies learn to keep backups because sometimes computers crash, but honestly I don't think it's learned thing- it's more of a personality thing.
I mean, I kept backups of lots of things before I ever got into technology. It's a way of thinking. I'd say part-learned, part personality. I've certainly learned the virtues of keeping backup copies, never deleting until a mobile copy has reached its destination, etc, the hard way. Mainly by losing data that, had I bothered to think beforeha. On the other hand, these MP3's are a little out of date. One of the nicer things about independent, free music is that its brand spanking new, usually.
This archive is old. Maybe that doesn't matter to some people, but even music a year old to me sounds "old", if you know what I mean. You can definitely tell 80's music from 90's music. There are subtle changes year to year. Some people can pick up on these differences, and these people won't be satisfied with the archive. Although technically always keep a backup is a rule to live by, it isn't always as simple as that. Like your hard-drive dying during a major backup.
Or your software crashing just before you're about to do your regular save. Plus keeping your work on a site like MP3. And the chances of an archive site and your hard-drive losing your files at the same ti. Better than nothing. If I were a musician and lost all the files on my disc, I'd personally be glad of anything that meant that I dind't have to start again form memory. It'd be a total pain to try and rebuild an album from memory.
But with something even as lossy as an MP3 or a MIDI, or even scribbled notes on manuscript then at least you've got the basics from which to start again.
The great thing about garageband is the reviewing process. The way they've set it up, if you want to submit a song for peer review, you first have to review 15 randomly chosen songs from other bands. You can also review extra songs to put your songs up for review next. This way, you can't inflate your ratings by downloading your own song all day, and y. Garage Band is a pretty good concept. The only weak link is the Real Player requirement for most content playlists, radio, most artists don't have mp3s online.
The player does provide good features for the service such as embedded links to the artist page and the album artwork. Is anybody listening? We're the ones doing the work. You should be paying US!! Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:read carefully Score: 2 by 0x0d0a writes: Y'know I really don't see it as all that unreasonable. Companies go under, and expecting mp3.
I think that it is reasonable to expect people to do that. In that case, the only thing lost was a couple of minutes ramming said lossless audio There's a catch Score: 3 , Informative by pigeon writes: on Tuesday April 20, AM Homepage On garageband, you can recover only 3 songs.
Com is very restricted. They don't even have the genre classical. Compare that to the elaborate list of genres and sub-genres that mp3. Nice of them to say that you have to pay if you want to recover more than three, after signing up. Then it insists you choose three artists similar to you, from a rather limited drop down list. Someone should tell them that not everyone makes guitar-based music. All our tunes are on our own website [digital-aura.
Couldn't find a link to delete the Garageband. Oh, and download some tunes if you want, but I know they're not great, so don't bother flaming ; Share twitter facebook linkedin What a dubious sham. Score: 3 , Interesting by glean writes: on Tuesday April 20, AM Homepage I thought I was the exclusive copyright holder of my own material.
How is it that they are able to get away with charging me for my own material that I had been assured by mp3. Seems a series of well thought out loopholes made all of this possible. After very specifically making sure that NOTHING was checked off to say it was ok for them to send me mail, and having found out that garageband are a bunch of scheming fucks, I go into my settings to see that they have reversed all my selections and have opted me IN to receiving ALL of their 'announcements' and 'lists'.
Anyone here a lawyer? You then say how much you like various tracks, and it compares your ratings to those of other people, and gives you more stuff it thinks you'll like. You end up with a large collection of indie music that is filtered to be what you consider good stuff. The same support systems that existed for MP3.
The same message boards, same chats, same artists, pushing and supporting each other's music. But now instead of passing on the latest MP3 scam, they share the information that helps others to build their own sites and sell their music directly to their audience.
We had an MP3 site. We made a nice bit of cash while they were doing pay-for-play, which immediately stopped when people were frauding the hell out of them.
My favorite, which wasn't exactly fraud, but was a great idea was "if you play this song, you'll get a long porn movie after the song". We never resorted to this, but we did get quite a bit of free porn this way. This actually worked, but needless to say, MP3's charts weren't always the way to find the best music.
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