[78-L] uploading 78s to youtube: about 600 so far

Malcolm - Venerable Music malcolm at venerablemusic.com.invalid
Wed Mar 4 10:51:14 PST 2015

I go to YouTube looking for music files all the time. I collect Greek 
records from the 1920s and 1930s & there are a few guys who have transferred 
amazing collections and made them available.
Here is one of them - https://www.youtube.com/user/pankonstantopoulos
It's a great place for me to look for records I've never heard before I fork 
out a bunch of money to buy them. It also affords me the luxury of hearing 
things I may never hear otherwise. Amazing resource if used correctly.
Malcolm in GA

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-----Original Message----- 
From: David Breneman
Sent: Wednesday, March 04, 2015 1:42 PM
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Subject: Re: [78-L] uploading 78s to youtube: about 600 so far

Von: Robert Godridge <rgodridge1 at gmail.com.invalid>

> I've started, a month or more ago uploading my 78s to youtube. you can
> find them at http://www.youtube.com/user/djoutrage18/videos

I've never understood what the attraction is of putting audio
files on YouTube.  It seems like an incredibly extravagant use
of a *video* streaming service.  I assume that yours, with a
still picture, don't use as much bandwidth as the guys who
show a video of the record playing on a turntable, but it still
seems like overkill, especially when YouTube audio is typically
so crummy.  Do people really go to YouTube looking for audio?

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