[LAU] LAU collaboration coordination?
plutek at infinity.net
Fri Nov 16 17:21:48 EST 2007
>Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2007 22:38:03 +0100 (CET)
>From: Julien Claassen <julien at c-lab.de>
> 1. .html-files: I meant instead of simple ftp-site have .html-files with
>lists. So you can easily include files from othe sites/servers.
ahh.... that's what i was missing -- the concept of including files from other locations. makes good sense.
> 2. MIDI: I didn't mean sending in MIDI-tracks as real treacks. Just as a
>possibility for the starter track. The monitor, if you like.
ok, that's probably workable, although i'd probably render an audio track, at least for my personal consumption. ;-)
> 3. About the looser: I know we wouldn't loose anything really. But Frank
>Pirrone suggested only uploading the "winning" tracks in hifi-quality. that I
>didn't like to much. I just meant: We could still have ALL, REALLY ALL, tracks
>in hifi-quality, if we can distribute them. I think the greatest problem, that
>Frank correctly saw, is bandwidth. But with multi-server distribution, the
>problem is'nt anymore.
yes, multi-server again. and the only other caveat i would insert is that there are likely to be a bunch of tracks NOBODY wants in the end, so there's no point including that hifi content in your "ALL, REALLY ALL". i'd say hifi content should be on a request basis -- i.e. the default is to always minimize bandwidth, until anyone needs to make a high-quality mix including any track.
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