« on: September 21, 2013, 12:33:28 PM »
...the 2cd was limited to under 100 copies...
...and you donīt complain? Thatīs quite surprising
Sorry, but i couldnīt resist
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What I thought was cool about Acoustic Mirror was the use of impulses from the acoustics of actual spaces like Chicago's Navy Pier. I saw a series of concerts in that pier, and it was fun comparing my memory of that space with the plugin.
If an artist is going to do a limited release of that kind and not offer downloads to purchase as an alternative, (as far as I'm concerned) they're asking to be ripped off via piracy. I get the appeal of limited releases, but why piss off your listeners by not allowing them to hear your work. To collectors, downloads have no trading value, unlike a physical product, so they shouldn't be considered the same thing.
I don't mind ambient noise in general - however I live on a main and busy road and somehow woosh, wooosh, woooosh of traffic does not fit in with gently meditative bowl sounds....
question I have paid for a single on CDBaby but never listed it and I bought a bar code. can I use that one barOde deover and over again for different albums?
I have noticed on some recent purchases the practice of printing inner booklet liner notes in German. Two that come to mind are Mathias Grassow "Wisdom of Fate" on Swedish Gterma label and Klaus Schulze "Shadowlands" on SPV. Any theories on why the text wouldn't be translated into English?