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    For Beatles/Apple Fans: The Beatles Are Now On iTunes


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    ^ lol

    Sort of agree...surely this isnt that big a story now? Surely every person in the world who wanted the Beatles back catalogue have bought it on another format by now? (considering they are probably fairly cheap)
    How many people have really been hanging on from buying anything until they were available on iTunes?

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    I don't own a single Beatles song. Nor do many young people. Them being on iTunes is a big thing for Apple, as it means their catalogue is much more complete.

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    Headline headline... Apple release something which has been around many years in another way and the fanboys flock... never


    Quote Originally Posted by sidewinder View Post
    How many people have really been hanging on from buying anything until they were available on iTunes?
    Anyone who wants to listen to them on an mp3 player and still comply with our archaic copyright laws
    Last edited by j17sparky; 16th November 2010 at 07:00 PM.

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    I love them! and I hate iTunes! Beatles songs are the only ones where the instruments/voice sound independently on every speaker, it is very hard to rip them without losing the quality of sound the CD has. Would love to 'see' (heard) how good the quality of the iTunes mp3s are, but reckon I will stick to my old rocking CDs, yeha!!

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    I am a big Beatles fan but don't have the complete lot yet, and so will probably treat myself to a few things. I do try to get hold of any of the multi-track files out there and have a few from Sgt Pepper's ... absolute class to strip down each track to hear the imperfections, but it just sounds so good when it is all together.

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    Be interesting to see how the charts shape up over the next couple of weeks then - there may well be a lot of Beatles tracks placing quite highly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinnantonnix View Post
    They're fantastic aren't they! A Day In The Life was four tracks, the bass and drums were mixed down to a single track. The sound is fantastic, which is probably down to the lack of dynamic compression which blights most modern releases (and remasters, sadly).

    A bit off topic, the Bohemian Rhapsody multitrack is well worth a listen, for Freddy Mercury's swearing right at the end and Brian May's random noodling which didn't make the mix.
    Yeah, I have BoRap too ... always on the look out for more.



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