Most of modern country music songs also required teams of people to write them.
What Amber explained was exactly what I’d feared: through the Apple Music subscription, which I had, Apple now deletes files from its users’ computers. When I signed up for Apple Music, iTunes evaluated my massive collection of Mp3s and WAV files, scanned Apple’s database for what it considered matches, then removed the original files from my internal hard drive. REMOVED them. Deleted. If Apple Music saw a file it didn’t recognize—which came up often, since I’m a freelance composer and have many music files
Back to the torrents.
What is this genre going to be called? J-metal?
This is a great place to start building it.
Think of the wide open, utterly empty, sky-so-blue-you-can’t-believe it, deserts of northern Mexico.
Submitted by queen-kashmir.
I thought I was the only one with the problem, and this is after looking at lots and lots of logos.
So Sir Paul McCartney did a concert in Mexico City’s Zocalo. By all accounts, it was a smashing success.
But what happens an hour after the concert ended? At least on this occasion, there’s an answer:
Mostly people cleaning up the trash and the stage being taken down. Still, I would love to be there…
At long last, my chance to go see him play live!
Went to see them live for the first time ever! They did not disappoint. Ed Sheeran opened. A few notable things:
- Ed Sheeran needs to slow down and use his devices less. He gets a bit carried away.
- Gary Lightbody was having problems with his throat, so the set list had to change; he had to apologize to a fan requesting a song because he couldn’t sing it. Hope he gets better soon, he looked really frustrated.
- There was a somewhat strange fixation on bodily fluids from both Ed and Gary. Ed took it off his bucket list and Gary even had to go offstage for a bit to take care of business.
That leaves the people attending the show; mostly either over 30 or below 20. Didn’t see anyone jumping around until the very end, when they played “Just Say Yes”. I know the “Minnesota Nice” reputation has to be upheld, but really, at times it seemed like people didn’t know how to react to an upbeat song.
Going to have a bloody good time!
That new song by Norah Jones is oh so hot.
This song was written, recorded, and mixed in the US.
The video for it was written, recorded, and published in the US.
Yet EMI Music does not want users in the US to see it.
This is how you end up with 8 billion dollar iPods.
Every single city in the US.
Tuesday Mar 13 @ Casa Chapala (Sweet Tea Pumpkin Pie Showcase) 7:45- 8:10
Thursday Mar 15 @ Presidential Suite 11:00p-11:55p
Friday Mar 16th @ Dirty Dog, IPR day party 12pm-6pm (hosting)
Sat Mar 17 @ 11:00a-11:55a
Embassy/ Presidential Suite
Sat Mar 17 @ 3:30p-3:55p
Embassy/ Topaz Palmwoos Suite
tacos de perro, buche y maciza
lengua y seso tambien longaniza
bien calientitos con doble tortilla
That’s Chente for y’all.
Used version 1.2.0, which is the one currently being offered as stable. The application itself takes some extra work to get it going since it’s a XUL application. There are pre-built Ubuntu packages which you don’t get from the developers themselves, but rather from third parties who offer them. This means you have to trust these packagers when performing the installation.
The program doesn’t integrate into the desktop environment at all either. Sure, you can install “feathers” (skins) on it, but if you like a unified look across all your applications you’re out of luck. It can’t be that hard to use system bindings, surely.
Any playlists imported into it need to be coded in ANSI (ISO-8859-15). If you try to import anything in UTF-8 you will get lots and lots of ghost songs in the database. In my case I ended up with 4K ghost songs in a library of 13.4K songs. All these songs would have to be rated again. Screw that.
Now, here’s the kicker. It likes to eat RAM like a legislator takes money out of the public treasury, often going into the hundreds of megabytes of RAM usage.
Gotta keep looking for a decent music player. There’s gotta be something comparable to Winamp at the very least.
After my update to Karmic Koala I found myself in need of a new music player, specially after using the godsforsaken mess that is Amarok 2. In my search for a new music player for Linux I happened to find Exaile. It describes itself thusly:
Exaile is a music manager and player for GTK+ written in Python. It incorporates automatic fetching of album art, lyrics fetching, artist/album information via Wikipedia, Last.fm scrobbling, support for many portable media players including iPods, internet radio such as shoutcast, and tabbed playlists.
It takes a lot of inspiration from Amarok 1.4 in its layout and design choices and since it’s written in GTK you don’t have to install any KDE dependencies.
Even though it’s up to version 3.0.2 at the time of this writing, it should be considered alpha software. Beta at the most:
- Playlist import/export doesn’t really work. You can import only from M3U playlists and export to XSPF playlists. The other choices don’t work.
- Overuse of playlist tabs.
- Most plugins don’t work the way they’re supposed to.
On the plus side, the developers offer a repository for it, so you don’t have to jump through hoops like you do when you want to use SongBird.
After attempting to use it for a couple of days, I’ve decided it’s not for me. Hopefully I’ll get SongBird working without too many problems.
Actualicen. Hace que Las Cosas Funcionen.
Ahorita tengo mi Nokia E62 conectado a una instancia de WinXP si tener que hacer trabajo adicional aparte del que ya había hecho. Así que todo bien.
Esto, señores, es Progreso.
No quiero sonar tan condescendiente… pero la mayoría de los programas en Linux todavía les falta un tramo por avanzar, es todo. Me siento mas cómodo utilizando Winamp + ml_ipod, así que si existe una oportunidad de usarlos, la tomaré.
Do upgrade. It makes things Just Work.
Right now I’ve got my Nokia E62 connected to a WinXP instance without having to do any additional work than what I did before. So it’s all good now.
This, my friends, is Progress.
I don’t want to sound too condescending… but most music software on Linux still have some ways to go, is all. I’m most at home with Winamp + ml_iPod, so if there’s any chance I can use that, I will.