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Have you ever given away or accepted a copy of a music cd?

Discussion in 'Home Theater Lounge' started by Alfer, Jun 13, 2007.

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Have you given away or accepted a copy of a cd?

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  1. Alfer

    Alfer New Member

    Meaning in your lifetime have you EVER made a copy of a music cd and given it to a friend/co-worker/family member etc. or made someone a copy of a homemade party mix of music from audio cd's and listened to it?...

    Along the same line of thought, have you been given a copy of ANY music cd/mix cd from friends/co-workers/family etc and listened to it?

    Be honest.

    If you've done it even once, you must vote "yes".
     
  2. Pete Apruzzese

    Pete Apruzzese New Member

    Yes, I've made compilations to give to friends, usually along the lines of "Listen to this - you'll love the rest of their albums too."

    I've also had copies given to me to listen to. If it was something I liked, I've usually purchased it. If I didn't like it, I'd either give it back or toss it.
     
  3. Andrew Beacom

    Andrew Beacom New Member

    I have given and received compilations. Mostly for evaluation type scenarios. I have an Ozzy cd a buddy made for me that I am going through so I can decide what I want to buy.
     
  4. Randy Rhoton

    Randy Rhoton Well-Known Member Donor War Zone Member

    Received one copy only. Liked the artist so much I've bought all the cd's she's done. Never given away a copy. Don't make them.
     
  5. cjd

    cjd New Member

    So, first one that comes to mind is the CD we made of my sister's senior recital. I also produced a CD for a good friend (he was also the performer in this case).

    My sister also had some out of print CD's stolen that I also have a copy of, so we replaced the missing discs.

    When I went away to school I also received tape versions of some favorite LP's in the family collection.

    I've never given away mix CD's (or plain copies) or tapes that I can remember. Not received any beyond those mentioned, either.

    But I have to say "yes" according to the rules.

    C
     
  6. Saurav

    Saurav Active Member War Zone Member

    Accepted... sis-in-law's then-bf made a bunch of CD copies for all of us as Christmas presents one year... said he wanted to expand our musical horizons or something. So anyway, I thought lecturing him on intellectual property over a Christmas gift was a little tacky :)
     
  7. Tyson

    Tyson New Member

    Made copies and accepted copies and still, I sleep well each night.

    :p
     
  8. Dan Driscoll

    Dan Driscoll HTT Refugee Donor War Zone Member

    Nope. I didn't even own a CD burner until about 2 years ago and most of the people I hang with weren't into music as much as I was/am.

    At one time I was heavy into making my own mix tapes from vinyl, so much so that I had a cassette recorder with dbx noise reduction built-in. (dbx was much better than Dolby.) I don't recall every giving away (or selling) any of the tapes, either.
     
  9. Drew

    Drew Well-Known Member War Zone Member Top Poster

    Yes.


    How many people have NOT because they lack the means to (no computer, no burner, no friends)?
     
  10. DYohn

    DYohn Well-Known Member Donor

    Top Poster Of Month

    Of course. Many times. Does that make it right? No.
     
  11. Tyson

    Tyson New Member

    I might even do it again because I am evil incarnate.

    Shudder.

    :twisted:
     
  12. Shane

    Shane Active Member

  13. Mike B

    Mike B Well-Known Member Donor War Zone Member Top Poster

    No.

    But I've made lots of them for the garage. And they are still there.

    Back in the day, we used to make tape (reel to reel & casette) copies of LP's all the time. And you were smart to tape albums as it saved wear on the records. Hell the radio stations had "Sunday Album Nite" when they would play whole album sides w/o ads so you could easily tape them. A good reel to reel deck sounded as good as a record.
     
  14. Chris White

    Chris White New Member

    CD - No. Cassette - Yes. Teenage years. :)
     
  15. Alfer

    Alfer New Member

    22 of us lawbreakers and counting....:)
     
  16. Graeme

    Graeme Active Member War Zone Member

    Yes. But don't count me as a lawbreaker -- it's legal. ;)

    Have a few mixed CDs lying about. From pre-MP3 player days when you wanted to bring music to the cottage, but didn't want to bring 100 CDs.

    Graeme
     
  17. Scott Hudson

    Scott Hudson New Member

    Never made a cd for anyone.
    Received a grand total of two copied CD's (one was from a wedding and is quite a cliche tacky sappy mix of songs I would NEVER purchase or listen to :) )

    As for tapes... well in my youth let's just say the movie "High Fidelity" rang quite true for me... :)
     
  18. Michael

    Michael Junior Geek

    Received a copy of a CD from the brother-in-law (for my daughter). Actually my wife received it, but I counted it anyway.

    After the long discussion on copyrights, respect for the artists, etc. they don't bother doing us the "favor" of burning us a copy of their CDs anymore. :)
     
  19. John Celardo

    John Celardo Well-Known Member Donor

    Yes. Made copies of jazz CDs for Dad. Don't feel bad, spent $15 - $20 on the originals.
     
  20. Colton

    Colton New Member War Zone Member

    Wow ... let's just make another poll: Have you ever lied about ANYTHING in your life? :D
     

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