On 4 maj 2007, at 03.44, Steven C. Barr(x) wrote:
> n my case, I already own the records, and will shortly have a way not
> only to play them but to feed the result into my computer's sound
> where they can be turned into digital sound files. From that point
> onward, the question becomes how much should I "improve" them
> Once I have established that, I can turn out all sorts of "reissue
> discs" quite legally...
I think that is the key as you've added value to them.
> Now, whether I LIVE long enough (I'm already 64.5!) to play and
> 300,000 minutes (give or take), aka 5,000 hours, of music remains
> to be
> seen...that's 125 40-hour weeks, or 2.403 years...
I think I calculated a while back I could transfer one disk per day,
every day, and never go through them all before I die. And I am a
young man in his mid 30s. Yet "new" disks keep flooding in. Rather
dangerous pursuit. Oh, and I need to catalogue them :( :(
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