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  1. A new audio format on physical media has been released (in Japan, of course) - MQA CDs: You can read more about the format here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_Quality_Authenticated
  2. Time to lighten the load a bit... I'm offering up some stuff from my collection that I really don't need anymore (due to duplicates, etc.), plus a lot of promos and memorabilia I've collected over the 13+ years I've been doing this. I'm not putting prices on anything - most of you know what some of this is worth, and for those that don't, there are online resources to gauge how valuable/rare something is. Bottom line though, is I'd rather let you decide what you feel is a fair price for something, and if I agree with the price, then we both win. Anyone interested in individual items or packages should PM me, and it's on a first-come, first-serve basis. Any counter offers will be accepted, and I'll let you know if your offer has been upped and give you the chance to counter-offer. Inquiries about the items are fine as well. So, here goes: PAC-MAN Powerpill 12" vinyl - yeah, one of my earliest finds, and it wasn't in great condition when I got it, so not expecting much. Analogue Bubblebath 3.1 vinyl Analogue Bubblebath 3 original vinyl with RePhLeX guide sheet AntiPop Consortium promo Vinyl Nightmares on Wax promo vinyl Smojphace EP vinyl Brothomstates Qtio EP vinyl Boom Bip Seed To Sun vinyl LP Nightmares on Wax promo EPs 1 & 2 LFO Freak promo vinyl with press sheet ARC000 Arcola Records (WARP Records imprint) promo EP Aphex Twin DrukQs Cock 10 promo vinyl EP Analogue Bubblebath 3 vinyl reissue Caustic Window Joyrex J9i first pressing Do You Know Squarepusher promo EP Squarepusher My Sound EP Squarepusher Ultravisitor promo EP Aphex Twin Ventolin EP US pressing Polygon Window Quoth clear vinyl EP WARP Records WAP 100 clear vinyl promo EP More to come later!
  3. For the OCD music collectors, Just curious. I've done the loosely alphabetical for the longest time (like all the A's get throw in together etc etc) but i've gotten lazy recently and have just been throwing them back in a pile after listens and kinda want a new way of doing it. While the way i had it is great for looking for very specific stuff - i feel like i ignore like 75% of my collection because I mainly forget about them? How do you have yours and why?
  4. Hi, I recently got a new laptop, and I'm in the process of transferring music from my old computer, as well as adding new albums I've gotten since to iTunes. I noticed, in the preferences regarding burning CD's to iTunes, the default setting adds the music files at something like 192kbps, or less, as opposed to the seemingly ideal, for music nerds, 320kbps. In the past, I just transferred my physical albums while leaving the default setting intact, partially because I wanted to conserve space, and partially because I didn't think there would be much of a difference. Do you change the settings, so the music files are of the highest quality when adding them to iTunes from a CD? I've never tried the comparison - but do you think there's a noticeable difference? Here comes a stupid question; does the quality have any bearing on the album/files' volume? I notice some of my albums are really, really low compared to others, and know that's in part to differences in mastering now, etc., but I don't know enough to understand whether or not heightened quality might improve this a bit as well. Lastly, sort of separate from the others - for albums that I burned to iTunes on my old computer, is there any easy way to transfer them to the new one? I see that iTunes creates little artist folders for the physical albums I copy, and I'm just wondering if it's as easy as dragging/copying those files onto the new computer's iTunes, or if there's something else I need to do... Thank you! And I love you guys.
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