My brother's only means of listening to MP3s is with a DVD player. I've many spare DVD-Rs and would like to put them to use by making him DVD MP3 discs to listen to when we get together. [more inside]
Is there going to be a DVD of Sufjan Stevens' Age of Adz tour last fall? [more inside]
If I were to compile a small collection of live performance Jazz DVD's (say, 5-7ish), what *needs* to be in that collection? Specifically if my interests in jazz run less in the orchestra area and more in the trio-octet range? [more inside]
Copyright issues with memorial DVDs? [more inside]
What are the live performance concert DVDs that stun you with their excellence and excitement? [more inside]
Is Mozart's - Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) opera with Diana Damrau suitable for a five year old? [more inside]
I work too much and don't get out anymore. Help me acquire some (more) great live punk rock albums/DVDs. [more inside]
Why do CDs and DVDs come in different case sizes?
Does anyone have tips about sequencing (especially drums) on the Korg triton le? How to get started? [more inside]
Can the HiveMind recommend some good rock 'n' roll live concert DVDs? [more inside]
How to rip audio only from a dvd. [more inside]
What's the best live Dylan concert available on DVD? [more inside]
Audiofilter: What is the cheapest way to get pure digital sound from a computer 10~15 feet away from a surround sound system? [more inside]
They're talking today about "Super CD Tuesday" on MSNBC...Why are CD/DVD releases always on Tuesday?
What's the best way to catalog my physical music collection using Mac OS X? [more inside]
WeddingKitschFilter: I have to produce my best friend's rehearsal dinner slideshow montage (baby pictures, soundtrack, awww factor, etc), but I'm not sure what the best software tool is to create it. I'm competent in final cut, flash, powerpoint, hell, even MS movie, but I'm thinking these might be overkill. Does anyone know of a software tool that might be, perhaps, geared specifically for something like this? Or perhaps have any experience you'd like to share using the aforementioned tools in such a setting? Besides the "want to make friend happy" aspect, this might end up turning into a portfolio piece for an upcoming business venture, so I'm hoping not to approach it as a one-off hack job.
I watched Donnie Darko again recently and I thought it was a damn shame that Tortoise didn't do the soundtrack. I became ever-so-briefly obsessed with the idea of replacing some of the musical sequences with Tortoise music, but I wouldn't know how to do this without completely removing any sound effects and dialogue from those scenes. Is there a way for a non-audio-geek to separate these audio elements? Assume I'm starting with a DVD.