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Ripping Crimson II

Discussion in 'Dan Swanö' started by White Cluster, Oct 7, 2003.

  1. White Cluster

    White Cluster Member

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    Im trying to rip this into my computer but do not want 43 tracks. Is there any way to rip them into the 9 parts they are listed as on the back of the cd. And if there is not can anybody tell me what tracks make up the 9 parts.
     
  2. COnsiderateApathy

    COnsiderateApathy took the Left Hand Path

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    As Dan has said elsewhere on this board, the 9 parts listed on the back are a facade... they're just a story guideline. The entire album is one song.
     
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    Dont fuckin rip the shit make people buy the damn thing heh you should be fuckin condemed for that
     
  4. Finnn

    Finnn ...for my demons

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    What's wrong with ripping the CD if you bought it ? I ripped mine back into one big track to get the Crimson 1 feeling again.
     
  5. mattcira

    mattcira The Eighth Enocian Key

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    I rip everything I buy in the event I lose the cd or break it.. I carry this little portable harddrive with me all the time that has all of my work files and my cd collection on it... it rocks. you should try it.
     
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    yourdeadgroom Black Stone Wielder

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    I made a 2-track version of C2 yesterday, took 2 hours with a waveform editor, copying and pasting all the tracks together (my stupid ripping software didn't want to merge all the tracks, so I had to do it the long way), just so I could run it through a pitch shifter to transcribe the damn thing :D
     
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    Skaldir formerly known as Unicorn

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    I really can't understand why some prefer to have it as one starting-code. It's one track with 44 starting codes, and it changes nothing to the flow when you rip it to one track. Do you like to look at your CD player and the times? "Oh, this part is really good, let's see, it's at 37:21, I have to keep this in mind and spin to this point again tomorrow!". I can't understand. It's more luxurious with this many starting-codes.
     
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    Finnn ...for my demons

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    It's a personal preference, you don't have to understand it. :)
     

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