[geeks] home mp3 system suggestions
Joshua D Boyd
jdboyd at cs.millersville.edu
Thu May 30 11:23:14 CDT 2002
On Thu, May 30, 2002 at 11:17:10AM -0500, Bill Bradford wrote:
> He's not as picky as you, Josh - normal mac audio out is fine for him, and
> in most cases, he'll just be streaming these over the local LAN and playing
> them through a laptop or computer speakers.
You never know. You mentioned vinyl, and the few people I know who invest
in vinyl are mostly more picky than me. Otherwise I wouldn't have mentioned
it. Lord knows I spent enough time with my head in cheap radio shack head
phones listening to CDs played in a walmart sub $50 special CD player (present
> > Scripted CD ripping on CD insertion would be easy to pull off with an hour
> > of scripting time.
> Or, he can just put in a cd, click "import", and iTunes does it all for him.
> Why reinvent the wheel?
Because it is our calling as computer programmers. Oh sure Bill. Be a party
pooper. Just go listen to what your admin side tells you to do. ;)
> > to convert raw audio to .wav files. But again, Why?
> Again, iTunes, "burn audio CD".
But that is a CD, not a wav file. Your forwarded message said he wanted to
burn a wav file.
Joshua D. Boyd
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