Exayle;297609 said:You folks with 90 GB [or 1.7 TB]...- Is all of your music saved as giant .MP3 files?- Do you listen to all of that music, song per song?
Honest truth; I could identify 99% of my 2,300 songs if you gave me a 05 second music clip to listen to. Maybe I'm old fashioned, but you folks who think it's embarrassing to only have 12 GB of music; no. I listen to music for the sake of listening to music -- not to pretend I'm some musical elitest with 90 GB of tunes.
Note; I'm not ragging on those of you with 90 GB of music. I'm sure you listen to and love every song in your library. Just saying that music, in my opinion, should be about the sound - not a competition to stack up GBs of files.
Exayle;298924 said:In my opinion, music library should be measured by number of tracks and/or length of all those songs. [Both of which are easily seen for anyone who uses iTunes].
As has been made clear, simply saying you have 50 GB can mean a few different things, depending on the quality of your music.
Destromas;300727 said: but seeing as most people probably have somewhere between 128-192 and true audiophiles with 320.