#1
Are you one of those people who have thousands of songs and have listened to less than 100? Or do you listen to each song before getting more?
When I used to have my old iPod, I only had 50 songs on it, (Could only fit 100 anyway) and I knew each one perfectly, there wasn't a song I hadn't listened to. Now that I have a better iPod I have around 400 songs, and there are probably only 40 or so that I havent listened to enough to not know the name of when I hear a section of it.
On the other hand, my sister has around 6 gigs of song and listen to barely any of them.
What about you guys?
#4
Wasn't there this exact same topic yesterday?

And all of it.
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#5
I still have ACDC's For Those About To Rock album and haven't listened to it yet. As for downloaded music if I don't listen to it I'll only end up deleting it.
#6
pretty much i buy a cs listen to it on a cd played load it to my comp then load it to my ipod and listen to it the same day at nite.
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Wasn't there this exact same topic yesterday?

And all of it.


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#9
i guess im the guy with 50gb of tunes, though half of it is obscure black/grind that i really dont listen to much, but the discography of all my favourite bands is totally worth it

i like to have music around as often as possible, whether from some kind of media, or an instrument(s)
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#10
On my old I-Pod, I had listened to every song at least once (around 1000), but now that I've transferred my library to my new I-Pod, there are still quite a few songs that I haven't listened to.
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#13
If I find a couple songs I like I usually download the artists discogrophy, ending up with all the artists songs, and lots of music .

Having a giant music collection has its advantages, some you like, some you dont, some others like, blah blah blah.

Edit: My winamp has 2399 Songs in it, which adds up to 6 days, 18 hours, 49 minutes, and 7 seconds of playing time. 15.00 Gigs total.

But theres even more thats not cached in my winamp list.
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#14
I have around 4,500 songs and could atleast name the artist for all of them. The only stuff I don't know is newly downloaded albums that haven't had the luxury of being played in my car.
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#16
According to my last fm, i have listened to nearly 49 thousand songs since september last year. I have 7551 songs on my ipod. Im guessing ive listened to each one at least once.
#17
I have like six thousand songs on my ipod because my friend gets his songs from library CDs and gives them to me. So i have alot of songs I havent listened to. including like all the nine inch nails albums ever.....so I dont blame myself for not listening to everything.

I listen to about half of it.
#20
i have 6500 tracks. I have listened to all of it before, multiple times. However, some has a play count of 0 since it hasn't been listened to since I got a new computer.
#21
I currently have 3880 files in my music library.

I have listened to each and every single one of them.
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#24
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I have 50GB of music (thrash) in my library and have listened to only about 3/4 of it.


You have 50 gigs of thrash?

There are other genres.
#26
All of it.

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#31
I have a good 11 or 12 gb, and listened to about 90%. The stuff I haven't listened to was stuff i got from friends, and i only enjoyed a few songs, and skipped the rest. That or i skipped the song with like 10 seconds left to get the other one, one of the two.
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#32
all my songs in my itunes at least once.. the top listened is 84 and the least is 1.
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#33
Quote by aig91
I've listened to all of my music. That's why I have it.



I like your logic, but have you really listened to all of it? like obscure songs you skip?
#34
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I like your logic, but have you really listened to all of it? like obscure songs you skip?


"Has listened to" isn't the same as "listens to regularly" though is it?
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#38
i have 9370 songs, and have probably listened to at least 85% at least once. some stuff are just part of discographies i havent gotten to yet.

different phases of stuff i want to listen to you know

i probably can recognize at least 65% of my library by a quick listen of a portion of the song
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#39
Quote by deluded_reality
Most of the size is due to the albums being in the flac format.

With a genre like thrash, you probably wouldn't notice any drop sound quality if you converted to at least 256kbps MP3 or AAC. Thrash usually doesn't have much to offer in terms of sound quality, so it's really not worth having the bigger files - you're not gaining much at all.

If you're archiving, use discs.

EDIT: I'm with the guy that said, "I listen to all of my music. That's why I own it."
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