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Re: MP3 vs CD

Subject: Re: MP3 vs CD
From: "Bernie Krause" bigchirp1
Date: Sat Dec 15, 2007 1:35 pm ((PST))
I'll look into that, Neil, after the New Year. Thanks for the heads
up. Actually, it's the 16bit
that bothers me.


On Dec 15, 2007, at 1:16 PM, Neil Tungate wrote:

> Bernie Krause wrote:
> > Given our current thoughts on the matter, MP3 downloads are the way
> > to go. Folks log onto our web site, get samples of what they might
> > want to access for themselves, choose, download and pay thru PayPal
> > directly. We are notified immediately when the money is deposited
> > directly to our bank account with no more trees falling for billing.
> > No more stocking product in stores or at our warehouse. No more fuel
> > expended for shipping. No shipping costs. What could be more lovely
> > for the artists, the end-users, the environment? When and if there
> > were other ways to upgrade from the current digital audio MP3
> models,
> > we'll be among the first to do it. Assured.
> How about FLAC downloads? Just as simple but the customer would
> receive
> a genuine uncompressed 16bit recording.
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