How do you store your music?
February 15, 2007 5:14pm CST
My music is so valuable to me, I need to make sure I have secure and safe copies. I'd like to know your thoughts on the safest way to ensure you always have a backup if you lose what's on your hard drive. I have made back-up MP3s, but I worry about the quality of the CDs, as some of the first CDs I made are already starting to show signs of wear. What do you do?
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18 Feb 07
I have backed most of my music on cds. It's best to buy good company blank cd's. The cds's of local made companies more often than not becomes unplayable after a few years or with use. I am saying this from personal experience. I buy only sony or moserbaer. If you are checking for free music just register in the site www.muchmusic.net. It is free.Regards
18 Feb 07
it's always better to backup your music on CD's or DVD's.But I prefer DVD's,coz it can store more.But then use good quality disc's and take good care of them.Never ever trust ur music to the computer hard disk..it's always vulnerable to getting formatted
15 Feb 07
I have always put my music onto a cd or dvd and use that as a master only then make other cd's to play and I also have a mini disc player that I play them on but I always have that master to fall back on and only gets used to copy from...