Re: cdparanoia & a song in negative space
David T-G <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
DTG> ...and then i'll teach you to turn away. said...
DTG> % yeah, ripping the whole cd just doesn't see the negative space
DTG> Strange indeed. Like Jan, I'm interested in your results (my little
DTG> collection comes to about 4700 tracks from a few over 600 CDs, but unl
DTG> in my naughty days of 15k tracks, these are all legal :-) Please at
DTG> least summarize here on debian-user.
the only non-"legal" mp3s i keep are the tracks so rare i CAN'T
buy the cd. if the RIAA wants on me for that, they'd better start
reprinting long-recalled & limited edition discs.
but i've been wondering: if you own a cassette, is it legal to
download the tracks from it in mp3? is it the music, or the quality of the
music/ease of playing it?
DTG> % (digitally - i can always record it to cassette & take that to .wav,
DTG> Why would you go through a cassette instead of directly into your laptop
well, because my laptop is a win98 machine i use maybe twice a
year. but you're right, i could record it straight from cd into the box;
i'm not sure why i thought the extra cassette step would be necessary. i
suppose because that's how i did it the last time i recorded a track
manually... which was in 1996.
i'll keep everyone informed if i find a way.