Scoop wrote:Well it was a little different than what I thought haha. How did the people get chosen for audience I wonder? The quality was quite terrible but I guess they played it safe with the upload.
Pre-ordered the bluray!
Yyrkoon70 wrote:Scoop wrote:Well it was a little different than what I thought haha. How did the people get chosen for audience I wonder? The quality was quite terrible but I guess they played it safe with the upload.
Pre-ordered the bluray!
It's not on Amazon yet right?
Scoop wrote:Here I was thinking they should stop releasing DVD but guess not BD players have been around for 10 years!
BluWacky wrote:FOLLOW ME - perky, pleasant, probably not something I'll play often, harkens back a little to the Yuunagi Loop sound (better than that, though, I think Yuunagi Loop is Maaya's weakest album)
Aruko - less experimental than More Than Words was but unmistakenly Kanno in its use of strings. Sounds great.
Waiting In The Rain - loving this one, good English pronunciation, great blend of Rasmus Faber's usual house electronic style with an 80s power ballad vibe. Really looking forward to this one.
Kasukana Melody - smooth, slow and jazzy; really pleasant, piano, brass and acoustic driven. Easy listening.
BluWacky wrote:Does anyone else have problems with the Victor site when streaming these clips? They clearly have a "low quality" and a "high quality" version of each one, and for the past 15 years or so I've always had the same problem - it streams the high quality version for 15 seconds or so and then drops down to the low quality one. This has been across several computers, Mac or PC. In this day and age I have no idea why this should be happening - it's been bugging me since the days of Mameshiba and Hemisphere, and it still happens now! I ended up capturing the clips so I've got the high quality versions regardless, but still.
Jérôme. wrote:Scoop wrote:Here I was thinking they should stop releasing DVD but guess not BD players have been around for 10 years!
I don't have any big screen and don't want one. So I'm not interested in buy stuff at higher price for better image.
The first use of my DVD is to rip the audio from them to be able to *listen* to the lives at work. For this, DVD is really good enough
In fact, where popular DVDs regularly sold over 6-10 million US copies a year - and still do - only four Blu-ray's (Avatar, Avengers, Dark Knight Rises, Despicable Me 2) have broken the 3 million US sales in a calendar year
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