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Flood göndermek, insanların floodlarını okumak ve diğer insanlarla bağlantı kurmak için sosyal Floodlar ve Flood Yanıtları Motorumuza kaydolun.

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Flood göndermek, insanların floodlarını okumak ve diğer insanlarla bağlantı kurmak için sosyal Floodlar ve Flood Yanıtları Motorumuza giriş yapın.

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Üzgünüz, Flood yazma yetkiniz yok, Flood girmek için giriş yapmalısınız.

Lütfen bu Floodun neden bildirilmesi gerektiğini düşündüğünüzü kısaca açıklayın.

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Slowly getting all my CDs to FLAC and onto my FreeNAS/Subsonic server! There are ~108 on that 1st layer, and there is a separate (full) box with around 60 CDs.

Slowly getting all my CDs to FLAC and onto my FreeNAS/Subsonic server! There are ~108 on that 1st layer, and there is a separate (full) box with around 60 CDs.

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  1. Although I am a data hoarder, in my opinion, nothing beats the sound of a CD. I will keep my CDs forever.

  2. I did this a while back and was then looking for a better way to store my CDs. The plastic cases add up in both size and weight, and I didn’t much care for them.

    It took some searching, but I found one product that also retains the back track listing / art in addition to the CD and booklet:

    [DiscSox CD Pro Sleeves](https://mmdesign.com/Music/Sleeves/cd-pro-poly-sleeve.php).

    At the time, I was able to get mine a little cheaper from The Container Store. Amazon has them too, I think.

  3. I’ve evolved a setup after years spent hanging out at [https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php](https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php)

    my workflow ~ [https://audio-file.org/2016/03/12/eac-ripping-archiving-albums/](https://audio-file.org/2016/03/12/eac-ripping-archiving-albums/)

    my player ~ [https://audio-file.org/2015/10/31/current-foobar-interfaces-dui-default-user-interface/](https://audio-file.org/2015/10/31/current-foobar-interfaces-dui-default-user-interface/)

    this toolset provides for automation, powerful management and comprehensive metadata

  4. I used to use Exact Audio Copy to rip, well, exact copies. Is that still the go to program in Windows or has something surpassed that these days. I know OP is using a Linux server for rips but I’m curious if anyone else knows.

  5. Does SubSonic auto rip?

    I’m looking for something to auto rip dvds

  6. Are you going to use a portable music player(without internet)? Just wondering because Tidal

  7. I use MusicBee to organise the music, tag it and do coverart. Then, get subsonic to read from where it puts it. Job done.

  8. I remember there being an amazing private tracker a few years back for exclusively flac copies, I think it was called Pedro’s something or the other.

    It helped me realize and understand why this sort of archiving is critical to keeping music relevant in a streaming and almost exclusively digital age.

    What will be nice is when we can start reliably keeping these types of backups on USB key cold storage. Thank you for doing your part though, let us know when everything is complete.

    As u/robotsneeze said, anything that interfaces with musicbrainz is a must.

  9. Can you post a tutorial on how you’re doing what you’re doing please? I also have a lot of CDs from my college days which I wanna digitize.

  10. How can CD quality be converted to FLAC? I thought CD was too low quality /compressed?

  11. When you’re done you’re welcome at /r/musichoarder

  12. I started ripping everything to my Nas.. because I use a iPod classic in my car I’m stuck to MP3 🙁

  13. I remember doing this. Took me a couple years, if you include movies. Nice to be done with though!

  14. That’s cool. I don’t have a big collection but always wanted to be able to backup things in FLAC in the exact same layout as the original so I could generate an exact copy if needed. I figure it would useful for live albums as well. Last time I looked into it though I couldn’t find an option. It looked like FLAC + cue sheet was close but as I recall only a handful of players could play that. Is that still the case?

  15. My problem is tagging. Every solution I find seems to have shitty tags for some of my music.

  16. That cardboard box is going to be unmanagably heavy by the time you fill it up with all your old CDs. When I did my migration I bought a bunch of [these guys](https://www.amazon.com/Whitmor-Plastic-Storage-Assorted-Colors/dp/B0037L5HHA/) which stack great and aren’t unwieldy when full.

  17. Did that last summer. About 500 cds. Then donated it to local library.

  18. lol…been thinking about doing this during the corona time. I have just installed rubyripper.
    have fun!

  19. Are these not available as FLAC on private music trackers? Probably faster to just download them.

  20. My SuperDrive just broke today when ripping 🙁