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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by theasker, Mar 14, 2009.
I have 10k+ itunes songs ! how about you?
I have 1 iTunes.
I have 4 iTunes if you count my PC and 2 iBook G3's.
Ditched iTunes for a Floola/Rockbox/Play combination.
i have 1 itunes
people who brag about how many songs they have usually pirate from my experience
If you put up a torrent of your experience and don't compress the file, I'll seed it.
(Little play on words, there...)
I have only one, as well.
What do you do with 10k+ installations of iTunes? Are they different versions?
lol this is kinda missleading :S
i have 2 itunes running.... both with 10k+ of downloaded and copied music from a cd. thus using about 32gb of media on one pc/mac alone
this is why i need a 32 gb iphone!! make one apple plz!
do you really need to have all your media on your iphone?
i ask as i used to think the same way. however in practice, i dont listen to anywhere near that amt and i find if i want it on there, i will just synch it later
just my thoughts
how many of those 10k songs did you pay for? 3,4?
I have 20,100 tracks; 20,090 of those are from CDs that I own.
My old laptop use to say i had 124 gigs of music which was impossible cause it only had a 50 gig hdd.
16.900 (plus some podcasts)
Most of it is either Apple Lossless or iTunes AAC, with only 217 MP3s to add to these figures. Some of those were free downloads from artist websites or purchases (Dan F's "Multistory" is only sold through his own website for example), some of them are evil.
Technically, CDRs from friends are legal in Germany as long as you don't charge any money for them and keep it at a reasonable rate (and don't break any working copyright protection, although that term is as hard to grasp as a soaped-in piglet) but even with them substracted from my list, I should come in at around 15.000 tracks. I can even take pictures if you don't believe me.
As if you'd believe anything he told you..
Nobody really cares...
I have 2 iTuneses
Is this a thread where people brag about how much music they've stolen?
Why do some people find it hard to believe that others actually pay for their music?
I've been buying music for over 20 years. I've got over 17,000 tracks on iTunes and that's not all of the music I've bought.
how can u spend $17k on music!? unless u bought it somewhere else then itunes ... like torrent-mart
iTunes songs? What's that exactly?
Imported from CD: 120,269 songs, 346.2 days, 547.26 GB
Purchased songs from on-line: 0
PodCasts: 2,378 Items, 140.3 days, 64.16 GB
Torrented Illegal Songs: Maybe zero.
Torrented Legal Songs: 1,638 Songs, 4.7 days, 10.43 GB
Torrent of legal songs for those wondering include such works as from Woody Guthery, 1920 ~ 1940 Jaz collections, and etc.
I also have a MIDI and Chip-tunes library that's pretty massive but I dunno stats on the totals. It's about 40 gigs I guess and probably several years of play-time.
I've spent a lot more than $17K on music, approx:
£14,500 ($20,300) on cds
£12,000 ($16,800) on vinyl
£2,000 ($2,800) on downloads
I spend about £100 a month on new stuff.
Like I said, I've been buying for over 20 years.
actually people do care. this thread was made for a reason. jeez
Maybe. But anything posted on this thread is essentially meaningless, as information can hardly be verified.
Hey guys, my iTunes library is 15 million songs and I bought all of it legally. I can photoshop a picture of it to try and get you to believe me. Yay legitimacy!
Holy... Now I'd love to see some pictures of THAT collection. Oh, and two thumbs up for the MIDI/chip tunes.
Yeah yeah, sure... here, take a look. Vinyl not pictured. Now please go away and leave this thread to the people who care.
this thread has been done