(...did that with records, too...also cheers!)Remember the CD collection? There was something special about it, to have your CDs in a case or a shelf on the wall for viewing. Friends would come over, girlfriends or boyfriends would come over, and everyone would check out the CD collection and start a conversation about music. Seems we’ve lost that gem with the electronic age. Cheers to CDs!
Yeah the large format of the records makes the images and text more appealing. And the sound of vinyl is great. The hipster doofi (plural of doofus) don't really appreciate the advantages of LPs and vinyl records, they just collect them to be hip.i liked having a record collection better (before the hipster resurgence of records that is)
Great installation. Who did it?I have ~2,000 CDs, maybe closer to 2,500 and roughly 1,500 albums. Here's all the CDs and part of the records. I need an updated picture, but you get the idea.
Been collecting a long time and have most of what I originally owned. A few got sold or traded but it's mostly intact. View attachment 290745
iTunes still sucks massively. I moved from Media Monkey to J River Media Center years ago. J River syncs iPods just fine. That's what I use in our cars... iPods that are synced periodically.I had all of my cd collection in iTunes and something happened and I started having issues a while back. I started using Media Monkey. I hate to say it but I liked the way iTunes worked better. Are you still able to rip cds and put them on your ipod? My work car does not have any streaming options so I use my ipod to listen to my music.
I even liked it better when it was called "record collection". At least with that, you got art (12 by 12 inches) big enough to make your room look like a museum when you propped them up against your bed or hung them on your wall.What do you mean "remember"?
I've still got 1200 on the wall in my music room.
No friends coming over, though.