IIRC the official limit to a CD length is 74:21 minutes. By pitching the
tracks closer than the red book spec it is possible to make a cd longer.
The longest cd I have is almost 83 minutes long (Mahler with the Israeli
Philharmonic). Most cd players will cope with this but not all. Computer
drives are usually not as old as some cd players so they have less wear
and less dirt on their lenses and can read some discs better.
בתאריך 07/09/14 6:52 AM, ציטוט Peter Hirsch:
> I am listening to a recording of Morton Feldman's Piano and string quartet
> on a Bridge CD (catalog no. 9369). This piece clocks in at 79:13 and is
> recorded as a single track of that length. The sound drops out from time to
> time for a moment, which leads me to wonder if the unusual length of the
> disc and track is a factor have listened to this disc on my computer's CD
> drive without these dropouts.
> Can someone give a lucid, brief, explanation of what causes the dropouts
> and why the results are different on my computer and CD player?
> Curious as ever,
> Peter Hirsch
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