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cleanuponaisle76
10-17-09, 11:13 AM
http://wemisshendrix.blogspot.com/


a web site I find myself relying on when I crave Hendrix. has several guitar tab books available for downloads also, including Woodstock and Band Of Gypsies. Monterey, Berkeley, Fillmore available on video.

far as boots go, there are only a few missing here.
the only complaint I have is the files could be tagged more descriptively.

my ratio here is rather shitty and I felt this would be necessary.

I'm not sure how many of you are aware of this site, but this should keep some of you busy.

dino77
10-17-09, 07:06 PM
Thanks, but all the music seems to be in the mp3 format.
This is frowned upon by all serious music collectors.

MourningStar
10-17-09, 10:22 PM
.. This is frowned upon by all serious music collectors.hi dino - i am aware of this. however, i have yet to learn the 'why' of this. people have thrown out 'numbers' in regards to audio analysis but even if the indicators justify the collectors, are not what the brain interprets from the ears the 'real' test? not only that, but all the stuff (as in the quality of it) in the chain (media player, amp, cd player, speakers, headphones, cables, etc) before it even gets to the ears could render it all moot. so, i wonder how many of these 'frowning collectors' are listening to this stuff thru hi-end ultimate-spec'd out gear.

point me to a good thread where this is intelligently debated. i'm sincerely wanting to understand if i'm way off on this. in this 'collectors world', having been at this less than a couple of years, i am definitely in the nubile camp.




thnx,

cleanuponaisle76
10-18-09, 03:40 PM
well, at least it has videos and tab books.

dino77
10-18-09, 04:21 PM
well, at least it has videos and tab books.


Indeed, it's a nice resource. Just wanted to point out to collectors what the format is, as it is not clear from the descriptions.

scoutship
10-18-09, 10:38 PM
i have yet to learn the 'why' of this. people have thrown out 'numbers' in regards to audio analysis but even if the indicators justify the collectors...

...point me to a good thread where this is intelligently debated. i'm sincerely wanting to understand if i'm way off on this


Not to step in on dino, but a couple starter links:

MP3 vs AAC vs FLAC vs CD (http://www.stereophile.com/features/308mp3cd/)

General Comparisons & Info etc (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_Lossless_Audio_Codec)

Also worth hearing (http://forums.digitaltrends.com/showthread.php?t=9657) (jtfields' post)

Voodoo Kush
10-20-09, 09:20 PM
Theres always something interesting there. the brazillian treasure chest.

vibratinglens
10-23-09, 03:24 PM
Always good to have another Jimi resource. Thank you.

As to the mp3 vs lossless well we all have a personal opinion mine, if I need it on my iPod I convert to mp3 320 CBR, other than that it is lossless all the way.
I admit sometimes I have trouble telling the difference between lossless and 320.

Doron
10-25-09, 12:31 PM
hi dino - i am aware of this. however, i have yet to learn the 'why' of this. people have thrown out 'numbers' in regards to audio analysis but even if the indicators justify the collectors, are not what the brain interprets from the ears the 'real' test? not only that, but all the stuff (as in the quality of it) in the chain (media player, amp, cd player, speakers, headphones, cables, etc) before it even gets to the ears could render it all moot. so, i wonder how many of these 'frowning collectors' are listening to this stuff thru hi-end ultimate-spec'd out gear.

thnx,

I think it's simple -you want it in the best sound possible. And even if you can't tell the difference - you feel it anyhow.
You can use lossles on ipod too, btw. I do.