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Posted February 4, 2009
I like these.
When did I become so cynical?
May 22, 2002 was the beginning of the end.
I wonder how Dennis Quaid feels about Jerry Goldsmith.
I'm definitely a "Red Shirt".
I've tried that link too Neil, and it just reroutes to that site's main page. The designated On The Score feature on that site's missing it too. But I appreciate the effort, I really do.
I know. You didn't think I would make getting it easy for you, did you?
Posted February 3, 2009
The scene from 1941 was shot to "Sing, Sing, Sing" which was composed at least 40 years before "Swing, Swing, Swing". That's also why they are so similar. And yes, "Swing, Swing, Swing" is by John Williams.
It ended on Sirius on January 15. <_<
It appears the page cannot be found. <_<
Oh okay. Try this link.
What about the link here?
Was this before or after he allegedly attacked his mom?
I love it!
Posted February 2, 2009
So watch it here.
Posted February 1, 2009
I've looked around and some people out there talk about an "alternate" of this cue. Anyone with this, please Do Tell.
You mean this?
I haven't been blown away by Blu-ray. I bought the Bond discs because they were dirt cheap and yes they're nice, but not substantially better than the DVDs.
Interesting topic, Steef. It's something I theorized in 2004 when the Star Wars DVDs came out. So many people remarked about the picture changes, but no one mentioned the sonic changes, which to me stood out even more than the revised shots.
What's a folder?
Wuss. I encoded 400 CDs in about two weeks on a recent trip back to New Jersey.
There is no point what so ever in converting an MP3 to Apple Lossless
Steef's correct. If you want a lossless library (in whatever lossless format you choose) you have to start by ripping your CDs all over again. It's a big task, but in the end you can have your entire collection organized the way you want it in perfect quality.
Fry's has an external Seagate TB drive (USB 2.0, Firewire 400, eSATA) for $130 today.
Super Bowl ad here.
Posted January 31, 2009
Batman: The Animated Series has sold out at La La Land.
Who cares, when you have Apple Lossless?
....that Film Score Monthly has released the original tracks to Time After Time? I thought it was a big deal.
Posted January 29, 2009
1982, with the "terrorist" line cut. So I guess it was the 1988 home video version. But no CGI and guns aplenty!
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