yes? You know usually when you order something on the net, you do read what is written on the merch page before paying ^^ no one should be suprised by it being just burned to cd :P
|Daft Tron Wrote:You do know it's simply going to be burned to cd, right?|
Well, you might keep in mind that for some of us this is not just about "owning a physical copy". Digital download is Unated States only as far as I can tell and half of T:U fans I know comes from everywhere but US, including me. Buying this "half assed burned copy" looks like only option (so far) for a lot of people to own this soundtrack without pirating it.
|Daft Tron Wrote:I'll probably stick with the digital version as well from amazon, not really found of itunes. If a Real cd was offered & not some half assed burned copy, then I would have purchased that instead as I prefer a physical copy.|
Actually osiem, I was one of those that was surprised to learn it was being burned to a CD. I had to go back and re-read the merchandise page to see what yall were talking about. I'm a little leery about it, but I'll just have to see what gets delivered.
I clicked on the Learn More link and it stated that the CD would be manufactured from the original source material, meaning uncompressed CD-quality audio. How true that is remains to be seen, but I'm trusting Disney and Amazon to do the right thing. I'm hoping to get a CD with tracks burned in a lossless format.
I still may order the MP3 version for my iPhone and Kindle for when I'm on the go, but I may just rip the tracks from the CD if the quality is good. That way, I can have a high quality version to listen to at home and still have a portable version as well.