kevin lyda wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 22, 2002 at 04:02:39PM +0100, Eamonn Shinners wrote:
> > PC. Presumably, as was mentioned already, they come with some form of
> > player / secret file combo.
>> so you play it on a windows pc, connect the sound out jack to the sound
> in jack and run recording software on the sound in jack. mp3 the result.
> mail it to all your friends.
>> is there any particular reason why the music industry is so
> clue-deficient? is there some environmental cause; do amplifiers give
> off some em field that disables rational thought?
I'll admit that I'm not a sound person in general (apart from
having a niceish hifi & liking music), but wouldn't
codec DAC jack ADC codec
result in a fairly appreciable amount of signal loss? I suppose
if listening to music with an SNR of under 30 is your thing, fire
Sure, there are ways of getting it into a digital form. But
there's no guarantee that the end result will be worth listening
E-Mail: bolsh at gimp.org
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