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EdgeCrusher

How many songs do you have on your mp3 player?

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Well....

915 Tracks

258 Artists

86 Albums

32 Genres

2 days 20 hours Play-time

It's teeny. I don't have hard drive space to get any more music, and my favorite Touhou remix site died a horrible and painful death at the hands of American currency. <_<

When I get a new hard drive it's time to start downloading more ocremixes. I don't have enough.

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I've finished listening to all the mixes of the games I've played. Mainly Final Fantasy and MGS and Chrono Trigger. Heck, I haven't listened to more than 10 Chrono Trigger mixes. Now I am looking for good songs to put on my mp3 that I haven't noticed yet. I tried looking at the reviews page and thought that if something has many reviews, then it must be good. When I listened to Zelda, the Music of my Groin I saw that I was mistaken. So, what good songs do you listen to here on OCR?

good god how could you dislike that song

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Updated my collection.

8014 songs. 21.6 days. 42.49 gigs.

None of which are OC remixes though, as I am too lazy right now to make a genre just for that. I do have the complete DoD on there though.

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Impossible, my good man, unless you have shitloads of hour+ tracks, etc.

Actually, it averages out to about 3.8 minutes per track.

I've got about 1500 tracks here, but I'm on dial up.

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3,765 i would have more but i've had viruses which has made me start over on several occasions

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On Harddrive: 5042 Songs, 24.40 Gigs, 14.2 Days

On iPod mini: 1008 Songs, 3.68 Gigs, 2.5 Days

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I'm using my 30GB iPod Video more like a shuffle at the moment. No videos, and just random music that I can play for everyone on my design team. But I've got 13702 songs in my iTunes. That includes zero spcs, nsfs or anything of that sort. Just mp3s. 62.58GB

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I have 750 (not including OCR, which is about 100) songs on my 30GB iPod Video. (Which runs RockBox. I swear, that Bubbles game is one of the most addicting games I've played.)

Woot. 1st post!

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I have 750 (not including OCR, which is about 100) songs on my 30GB iPod Video. (Which runs RockBox. I swear, that Bubbles game is one of the most addicting games I've played.)

Woot. 1st post!

uhhh thats bust a move dude

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I rarely listen to music in my tracker. It is more useful as a quick-backup-machine, saving cool pictures and so on; which is always good.

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I have about 100 songs and a bunch of podcasts on my 1 gigger... I rotate songs 3-4 times a week, since I couldn't afford to get a player that would hold my entire collection (there also aren't many (any?) players out there that can handle >90 gigs...).

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I only have about twenty or thirty songs on my nano, actually. The rest of the space is taken up by Pimsleur language audio and audio-books.

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I have a 90gb harddrive, and its mostly filled with music.

5112 songs total, covering practically every genre.

Question was mp3 player, not collection :-? . When I had ~400 GB of music, I was never so arrogant to assume I covered practically every genre either.

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