Apple Stole My Music (4)
The phrase ‘a terrific loss to music’ has been banded round lots this 12 months. It’s the identical thing as Spotify far as I’m concerned, it’s even higher I suppose since it’s completely integrated with my current library and iPhone.
Anyway, Heydon Pickering , a pal of mine from Bury St Somerset ‘Groats in rural England, has collected some music made by people from the accessibility (and wider internet standards) world, and is selling an album of it for £3, all of which will go to two worthy causes: NVDA, a free open-supply display screen reader to assist individuals with visual disabilities entry the web, and Parkinsons UK.
In my case it happened progressively and chaotically: Though I do nonetheless sometimes hunt down mixtapes and stray leaks directly from the web, I’ve principally just stopped listening to music that’s not out there on Spotify.
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Nor could he obtain his personal music, the music he wrote and carried out and recorded himself, within the full WAV 16 bit/44.1k form he had it in – only in a lossy format, because Apple transformed the WAVs to a lossy format and threw them away.