I wonder if Sony will sponsor/support a similar effort about Victor/RCA?
-- Tom Fine
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> It's a strange bunch of selections, especialy in modern times. But, interesting to see the range
> of artists and music under the Columbia umbrella.
> -- Tom Fine
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> From: "Stewart Gooderman" <[log in to unmask]>
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> Sent: Sunday, November 04, 2012 4:13 PM
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] 360 Sound ibook version FREE
> I agree with you that it is not a research tool, and for free, who cares, right? But if you were
> paying the $268 for the thing, I personally would be pissed off.
> Who is the target audience here? The average Joe? I think not. New collectors would want this. To
> me, since I have many of these recordings on the CDs they mention, it is the original labels that
> I am most interested in. I mean, couldn't you see yourself playing the actual track and projecting
> the label rotating on a screen above your stereo? Oooh!
> I have an iPad2 and it seems to work perfectly.
> On Nov 4, 2012, at 12:59 PM, Tom Fine <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> It's not a research tool by any means, but it's a pretty cool piece of eye candy technology. The
>> samples are only 90 seconds, why be so stingey especially with the ancient material?
>> Given the $0 price, I'm happy with it. It tends to be a bit crashy on my 1st generation iPad with
>> 64 gigs and no telephony.
>> -- Tom Fine