I just noticed this, tons of titles!!! Since I haven't been on this board in a while I don't know if this is old news or not, but it's certainly good news! Hopefully, the Wonderland Music CDs will make their way there.
Now you have me nervous!!! What's this "couple of year" business? Is that the life expectancy of a home-burned CD? If it is, what assurance is there that the Wonderland Music CDs are being recorded on anything superior to the drive on my PC? Should we be backing these up as we get...
Thank you for your wonderful review! I can't wait to hear these (my first two discs are on the way). After hearing Grinning Ghost's comments, I was worried, but I have a feeling that his ears are far too sensitive for his own good.
Since I've cleaned my hard drive of illegally...
Yes, this is a different set. The thing that really intrigued me is that there is material in these tracks that I didn't even know existed, like spiels from the Skyway, Motorboat Cruises and Rocket Jets. And, there are other tracks that are higher quality than anything I had previously...
Thanks for replying to this post. I've only run across a few of these tracks, but they are incredible. I look forward to hearing more of them.
Please keep us up to date on any future projects.
I've had similar problems. Since I'm using a Mac and iTunes, it automatically organizes them first by Artist, then by Album.
My solution was use Disney Parks as the Artist and then "Tomorrowland - Star Tours" as the Album. That way, all my Disney tracks are in the folder "Disney Parks" in one...
Thanks so much!!! Thanks also for the reference to website where I could find these! I'm going to check it out right away.
The files that I did find were in mp3 format. Is there a utility to convert Window Media Files to mp3?
I read a recent post on this forum referring to an audio file that was recorded using "the induction method." Can anyone explain what exactly this is?
Also, are there any common audio files floating around that have been recorded using this method? I'm curious to know what type of sound...
Other, too. The Submarine Voyage track is wonderful. Especially sitting in front of my computer. The audio comes from two speakers on each side. I put my head right in front of the screen, close my eyes, and I'm back on the ride!!!
While I don't post here too often (I'm way out of my league), I couldn't resist. This is a great topic.
Mike, I agree with your original post. Listening to different styles of Disney music has opened me up more to those genres. Maybe you can answer a question. What genre is the music from...