Show us your itunes stats

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  1. macrumors 6502a

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    Still transferring my CD collection to my external HD. I'll show you my itunes stats if you show me yours?
     

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    Mitthrawnuruodo

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    Since it's 3 months since any activity in Who has the biggest iTunes library-thread, there might be some changes...

    I've been cleaning up a bit, getting rid of duplicates and burning some audio books and language courses to CD along with a couple of (live) albums I never listen to, anyway. That freed up a couple of GB on my poor old iBook... :)
     

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    Jay42

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    90 GB!? You must have good ears.

    I haven't ripped everything yet (I'm holding off because I think I might want to move to higher quality) but somehow CD's don't fit into my budget as easily as I'd like.
     

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    Deepdale

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    Over the last month I have been in a streamlining mood, having reduced my library from 2,200 to the current 1,655. I am only retaining those I enjoy listening to many times over, not the rest which have essentially been filler material.
     
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    robbieduncan

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    Can't be bothered with the screenshot thing (sorry)!

    6756 songs, 18.7 days, 30.92 GB
     
  6. macrumors 6502

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    no joke, what format you using????

    2605 - 9:10:22:23 - 16.30 GB
     
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    Loge

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    This is mine. Total playcount is 20098 :eek:
     

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    mad jew

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    The growth has severely slowed since the Australian iTMS rumours. I'm not really buying anything until that comes online.
     

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  9. thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    I've er, downgraded from .WAV files to Apple lossless. Still have 100s of files in .WAV format to convert over to lossless.
     
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    Lacero

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    All MP3 or AAC, no lossless. Lossless would take up too much room.
     

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    DeSnousa

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    Whoa, i guess i have a small library. Oh well you have to start some where :)
     

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    DeSnousa

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    Excuse my ignorance, but how do you find your total play count?
     
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    Jaffa Cake

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    Go on then, I'll play...
     

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    realityisterror

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    adsfladfl;bkajetAGDJLKjsgioaeadghijkngjnvlajkld!
    Are you kidding me?!? Are those all songs or are there audio clips too??
    Half a year to listen to your songs... gah...

    1207 songs, 3.5 days, 5.97GB
    starting from 0 about 2 years ago, and i have a slow internet connection :p

    reality
     
  15. dcv
    macrumors G3

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    90GB for only 10 days worth of tunes??!!! Those files must be huge!

    I have deleted about 9GB of songs to save space on my hard disk so current stats are a modest 3514 songs, 12.9 days, 22.54 GB
     
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    Loge

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    Understandable, it's not built into iTunes unfortunately. The following scripts from Doug's iTunes Applescripts collection allow you to find the total playcount of either all tracks or selected tracks. :)

    http://www.dougscripts.com/itunes/scripts/ss.php?sp=totalplaycount
     
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    ipacmm

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    My libary.
     

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    DJY

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    I thought I had a reasonable sized collection.... until seeing this again!
    Since the last thread mentioned above... I haven't added any of my older CD's yet - but some newer ones I think have been added.
     

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  19. macrumors regular

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    Not that impressive...
     

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    heaven

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    Very small one:
     

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    ham_man

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    I know one guy who has nearly 50K and another who had nearly 90K.

    As for mine...

    [​IMG]
     
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    shadowmoses

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    Still growing rapidly;
     

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  23. macrumors 6502

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    ever since napster my collection hasnt grown much :eek:
     

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    Whyren

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    I rarely ever have the cash on hand to purchase music, so not much here. More detailed song info in sig.
     

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    killuminati

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    Here's mine. I only have about 15 CDs. The rest are downloaded from iTunes or from a long time ago when I used to download illegally. (I don't anymore)
     

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