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So my question is "Where do you listen music?"

I have lots of CD's , concerts that i buyed over the years. OFC i ripped them to my pc which allows me quicker access to files. But lately i listen same songs (that i have at home) at youtube.

So what do you think, is everything going to be "in cloud"? And do you have same or similar experiences as i do?

asked Nov 18 '11 at 09:01

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Instead of buyed the correct word is bought.

(Nov 28 '11 at 00:27) johncotton johncotton's gravatar image
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Thank you. I am not native in English so forgive me that mistake ;)

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I used Spotify a lot last year but right now I'm listening so music that doesn't exist there so I'm just queuing up a load of mp3 and .flac files in winamp and let it play

answered Nov 18 '11 at 18:51

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i occasionally use spotify but i mostly just listen to music on my laptop or iPod

answered Nov 19 '11 at 17:43

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I come from the days before mp3. So I have some 200 music CDs that I have ripped to my PC. Music will never be 100% in the cloud for me.

That being said I do have my own FTP server set up so that I can access my my files easily with any OS wherever I may be, but my files are still my own.

answered Nov 20 '11 at 18:45

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I use the music on my local HDD. Rarely, I'll turn on Last.FM or Pandora to listen to some music.

answered Nov 19 '11 at 23:12

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YouTube, Pandora, Google Music

answered Nov 28 '11 at 12:42

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I like youtube , jango internet radio, and the local radio stations. I like rock- some newer, older (classic). I like tech/dubstep. And I also like SOME rap but not a whole bunch. Also, I like Acoustic!

answered Nov 28 '11 at 17:42

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Sometimes I use spotify, but I use iTunes mainly because I bought all my songs on there. I backup/store it with Google Music

answered Nov 28 '11 at 18:26

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Spotify since i pay for it

answered Dec 01 '11 at 19:44

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I have a very large music collection that has been built up over many years. Most songs originated from CDs. I keep smaller portions of my music on my iPods, and Google Music. This allows me to listen to some of my favorite music when I don't have an internet connection, or any place that I do have an internet connection (lol at the complete opposites). For normal music at my house, I have a fileshare will all my music, but only keep a library on 1 computer. This is because it can sometimes take hours to rebuild a new library, and library sharing just doesn't work for me. I can still access my full library from other computers, but often use Google Music to listen to my favorite songs.

answered Dec 04 '11 at 15:06

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I subscribe to Spotify (US) and when I can't get it on there I go to Google Music or iTunes, download it and put it in the local Spotify folder.

answered Dec 06 '11 at 20:19

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