I’ve been spending a fair bit of time with my music lately. Re-ripping everything I own in lossless format, and also trying a bunch of new stuff via lala. The amount of data involved now is substantial enough that I […]
Gosh this is cool — mpire researcher. Web2.0 mining of the ebay transaction activity. In this case for ipod sales. Wow. Disclosure — we are an investor in these guys. But it is still cool.
After expunging the Netgear SC101 disaster from my network, I found that I had lost about 10% of my ripped CDs — notably all my Led Zep. So time to rerip. After reviewing all of Rich’s goodness on codecs, I […]
The economics of owning an iPod are finally getting to me. I collected a list of 30 artists/discs I wanted to try out recently, and it would have cost me like $300-500 to get all their cds, a lot of […]
* On the writely beta — love it…wish that office was delivered and worked this way…i don’t want to deal with installs and with docs being stuck on a particular machine. * Wish I could get an invite to Flock […]
Two recos on podcast recording setups: * Rich’s recos — low end podcasting * Dan Bricklin’s setup — higher end. I haven’t done a podcast yet, and well, it just needs to get way easier and simpler than this if […]
We love ipods so much that we have four in the house. And itunes really sucks at handling this. we like to keep all our music on one server and this just creates a legion of problems. Getting itunes on […]
Paul Thurrott’s Internet Nexus — “Tunebite supports customer to hear their music everywhere they want. Did you purchase your music online and do you find it frustrating that you can?t listen to it wherever you want to? Tunebite is fully […]
Last night at the Key — just awesome.
JamPlug Miniature Guitar Amplifier
Besides watching movies this weekend I also did a lot of mindless music bit twiddling. * Installed two new ipods. Downloaded the latest itunes and ipod drivers. Point itunes at my server with all my mp3s and had it crank […]
I?m worse at what I do best And for this gift I feel blessed Our little group has always been And always will until the end …
I don’t understand how the music industry is going to evolve, but I sure love artists that are attempting experiments and not just sitting back and letting the RIAA lob bombs at everyone. Kudos to Prince for his own music […]
Nice pointer from John Battelle’s Searchblog to Findsounds — great for SFX.
Freaky, now you can create synthesized singers from correctly annotated lyrics and scores — Slashdot | Yamaha Releases Singing Synthesis Software. I wonder what range of vocal performances this can encapsulate — I was listening to Led Zep/Robert Plant in […]
I like what Olivier Travers has to say: “The cost is so low delivery is basically free on a per-song basis. In the face of changing consumer demand, no matter how hard RIAA members try to stick to their cartel […]
BBspot – Reviews: Digital Music Stores
bubblegeneration – strategy, business models and technology — found via slashdot.
Haven’t been yet but I hear it is great…the Triple Door
PlanetGriff Home — this may be the answer