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NetMD Upload Petition to Sony: Collected Entries

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    1700. Useless Product

    Posted by Shae Apland on 7/21/2002, 18:48:12

    Until they allow the direct transfer of recorded material from Md to PC I consider this a useless product. I will also discourage others from buying this product for this every reason. If you had any sense of what MD is used for than this would have been available in the original release. Please reconsider, and make this product worth the time it took me to write this!


    1701. Correcting an small problem: NetMD upload can make us save time and money!

    Posted by Rodrigo Mansilla on 7/21/2002, 21:05:02

    I'm a publicist student. I use MDs for several years to collect my music. But I've found a lot of new uses in my area.

    Sometimes, when you make a commercial, you need a locutor to narrate a spot or documental. And you can use MD to record it (a recording studio it's not necessary, just a portable recording MD and a mic).

    But when you make a non-lineal edition of the commercial (preparing the video in other words, using software like Adobe Premiere or Apple Final Cut Pro), you need to upload the audio from your MD to the PC (or Mac) to get a final result, or there's no voice and your commercial are different!

    You can do it by the old way.... using the sound card, in the analog form. But it takes more time and the audio quality sometimes it's not as good as you need and want.

    There's where an upload funcion in NetMD will be very nice to use. It can save time and money, and you can have a spot with better audio. This has not to be much different to upload digital video to a computer to edit.

    Sony has proposed excellent solutions in electronics since the 60's, like the Trinitron (remember! Sony won an Emmy for that!) and FD Trinitron TV tube or the CD. MD is one of their best proposals done in Sony's history and MD can loose it's war aganist MP3, a tecnically inferior solution... for an small, but important oblivion. I know you can do it. Thanks.


    1702. Net MD file upload to PC

    Posted by Dave Goodin on 7/21/2002, 22:39:40

    I was greatly disappointed to find out (after my purchase) that Sony does not allow file uploads from the player to the PC. The only reason for my purchase was to make high-quality recordings of church sermons. We need this functionality in order to facilitate our CD/Tape ministries.


    1703. Church Recordings

    Posted by Scott Phelps on 7/21/2002, 23:27:40

    I want to use my NetMD to record church services and burn the recordings to CD. This is not possible without upload features!!

    Please fix this!


    1704. Recording lectures

    Posted by Carlson Lim on 7/22/2002, 1:09:59

    I use my MD recorder to record lectures but I found it really difficult to edit my recordings without using a computer. Please allow us to upload.


    1705. Why not?

    Posted by Eduardo O. on 7/22/2002, 1:17:40

    MD is a good, versatile format. NetMD is a really good feature but lacks in something very important nowadays: PC uploading. This, would make MD a super format, giving to the users the possibility to upload their recorded tracks and edit them in the computer or just save them. The petition is logic and just.


    1706. Frog calls for educational website

    Posted by Mark Miller on 7/22/2002, 1:23:54

    I want to record frog calls and transfer them to my website for school children to learn about nature. It seems I can't do this with your current software? I was told to look into the iPod instead. Please make your product more user friendly and I'd buy it. Thanks.


    1707. Reporters in the field?

    Posted by Edgar Johnson on 7/22/2002, 1:29:25

    It looked like MD with NetMD would be good for sending news recordings to our editor for soundbytes on the major sites, etc. EXCEPT THAT WE CAN'T UPLOAD WITH THE CURRENT SOFTWARE ???

    If you made it functional, I know dozens of reporters that would purchase them.

    Please reconsider.


    1708. I'M NOT BUYING UNTIL IT UPLOADS

    Posted by Christina Heck on 7/22/2002, 1:33:31

    Dear Sony, I like it, but won't purchase it until it uploads my own sound.

    Please do the honorable thing and let us share our own recordings. Garage bands are NOT going to replace your signed talent.

    In fact, today's garage bands are your FUTURE talent. Let us develop. Give us the tools.


    1709. Upload from MD to PC

    Posted by Paul Willmott on 7/22/2002, 5:57:35

    NetMD is good but could be great if only it would allow me to copy my music (my band - Crimson Shadow - recordings) directly onto the PC.


    1710. High-end Journalism Products

    Posted by Tom Barton on 7/22/2002, 9:28:00

    Surely you can see the advantage of allowing reporters such as myself to transfer interviews losslessly to Cooledit Pro or other editing software. Also, high-speed transfer both ways would allow us to cut out one of the many annoying delays associated with editing reports.

    This is particularly true of upload to the PC, where (by the very nature of editing) we are uploading more audio than will eventually be used.

    Kindest regards,

    Tom Barton


    1711. Missing Function

    Posted by Roger Browne on 7/22/2002, 10:31:41

    I use my minidisc almost exclusivly for recording live traditional music, mostly performances that I am a part of, and always with the permission of the performer. I have just bought a MDS-NT1 expecting to be able to digitally transfer these recordings to my PC only to find this function does not exist. I would very much like to see this function added. My use would certainly not infringe any copyright restrictions.


    1712. Sony-leaders are a bunch of greedy moneygrabbing rascals

    Posted by Ralph Berner on 7/22/2002, 11:04:19

    Don't buy this stupid fake! If you bought it already, bring it back and get your money! I claim they did't declare the restrictions on the box intentionally to trap you.


    1713. Totally agree

    Posted by Olivier on 7/22/2002, 11:46:51

    I always thought it was a shame that this function was not present in the original M-Crew software, so that we had to resort to a soundcard with optical inputs just to be able to make a backup of an MD.

    Now that Sony markets the NetMD as being the new world wonder, I can't believe this function is still not included!

    I'm pretty sure most people buy original CD's for home usage and make a copy on MD for use in the car, not the other way round... so how much copyright infringement could there be by letting MD recordings flow back to the computer??

    Akio Morita wouldn't have done it the right way... sad to see Sony doesn't shine anymore as they used to do...

    ovan


    1714. Totally agree

    Posted by Olivier on 7/22/2002, 11:48:09

    I always thought it was a shame that this function was not present in the original M-Crew software, so that we had to resort to a soundcard with optical inputs just to be able to make a backup of an MD.

    Now that Sony markets the NetMD as being the new world wonder, I can't believe this function is still not included!

    I'm pretty sure most people buy original CD's for home usage and make a copy on MD for use in the car, not the other way round... so how much copyright infringement could there be by letting MD recordings flow back to the computer??

    Akio Morita would have done it the right way... sad to see Sony doesn't shine anymore as they used to do...

    ovan


    1715. NetMD Upload capability

    Posted by The Rev. Robert M. Dye on 7/22/2002, 13:55:44

    I was thinking about buying your NetMD after I saw one in Wal-Mart in Pryor, Oklahoma. I came home, got on the net, and started learning about it.

    I teach English as a Second Language, and thought this would make an ideal unit for working with my students. No more rewinding! Great!!!

    But...would I me able to archive their recordings to a CD, to present to them at the end of the class, so they could hear their own progress (and so I could also show progress, and justify my time to my boss)?

    I called your technical support, and was told by "John" that, yes, I *could* do all the things I wanted with this unit. It would record 5 hours (true) in MP3 format (untrue), and I could upload that MP3 to my computer (also untrue).

    I bought one, and it works great!!! Except, I would not recommend to anyone, because...it lacks the promised upload capability.

    If I could do anything to improve the NetMD, anything at all, I would add the upload capability. It has potential to be the digital recorder of choice, because the recording media is so inexpensive. $2 for 5 hours! Incredible!

    But the upolad lack is a SERIOUS lack. Please add the capabilty to your software!

    We're begging. *BEGGING.*

    Rob


    1716. It's UPLOAD or NOMAD 3.

    Posted by Joe Manganello on 7/22/2002, 14:46:18

    I have been a loyal sony MD customer since 1996, but it will stop with my Mzr 700 MDLP unless Sony implements an upload function in their NetMD. I use my MD exclusively for sanctioned audience recording of concerts and NEED this function to save the hours of time it takes to upload them digitally to burn on CD. If NetMD won't do it, Creative's Nomad 3 can.


    1717. It's the Right Thing To Do -- for the consumer and for Sony

    Posted by David M Larue on 7/22/2002, 15:01:12

    I have purchased a Sony Portable Minidisc Recorder, model MZ-N707, to be able to record live lecturers, conferences and performances in University and church setting. The unit is compact, convenient (especially the random access), with good fidelity.

    However, the inability to quickly and digitally retrieve one's own recordings is a nearly fatal flaw. The real-time only analog output makes inconvenient and unfaithful this final, critical step of the process.

    Since you are able to flag whether material recorded on a minidisc originated with a copyprotected commercial master or an analog live recording, you should be able to easily modify things (hopefully retroactively) to permit the rapid, digital and unprotected uploading to a PC of the latter.

    The above current limitation will be mentioned firmly by me to anyone I talk about your product with, and clearly the same is true for many others. It seems this cannot but hurt your sales. Further, that this restriction is not mentioned prominately on your packing material, in your advertisements and manuals, is strikingly deceptive, and seems to open you to the possibility of a class-action lawsuit. So it appears to me to be in your best interest, as well as in mine and in that of countless potential customers, to change this.

    Please consider! Lifting this restriction is the right thing to do, and does not infringe on the rights of those with commercial audio material!

    David M Larue, PhD
    Colorado School of Mines
    Golden, Colorado USA


    1718. An obvious addition

    Posted by Andrew Fox on 7/22/2002, 15:20:09

    Beyond adding functionality, it would benefit Sony as a selling point for the NetMD format among anyone who does live recordings.


    1719. Live Recordings

    Posted by Matt Baker on 7/22/2002, 15:28:39

    I wanted to make digital live recording of my band with your minidisk recorder, apparently you do not believe that I should have that capability?


    1720. I endorse this petition.

    Posted by Neil on 7/22/2002, 16:10:11

    I endorse this petition. I think this would be a very attractive addition to MD features. By the way, I already own two Sony MD units, but if you'll add this feature, I'll buy Sony hardware with it. Thank you for your interest.


    1721. Backup my recorded interviews to PC

    Posted by David Wicken on 7/22/2002, 16:11:48

    It would seem a clearly useful feature to be able to store my saved interviews to PC from Minidisc. As the machine is small and as such useful to record quickly


    1722. This improvement is needed

    Posted by Dave Keller on 7/22/2002, 16:35:50

    The proposed improvement is much needed, not least in a radio station enviroment, where budgets are very small and time is of essence. I realise that when designing the software, copyright is important but the whole point of a computer interface on minidisc is to make the process easier than analogue recording (or even optical soundcard recording).


    1723. NetMD Audio uploading proposal

    Posted by ulf lannby on 7/22/2002, 18:18:30

    After using a Sony's taperecorder for 20 years now for recording Swedish folkmusic live and for recording own music performances I finally decided to buy the best MD in the market -
    Sony MD MZ-N1 for aprox 410 USD.
    I'm now sitting here in a depressive and chocked mode as I after gone through the manual thouroghly realise that i have bought a USELESS MD for my special purpouse because it's impossible to transfer the songs to a PC.
    I can't belive that Sony has made such a blunder not allowing own recorded live music to be uploaded to Open MG and vice versa
    I realy hope that Sony will take this disadvantage of Open MG into consideration


    1724. Adding upload feature--Insure customer loyalty

    Posted by John Delaney on 7/22/2002, 18:43:54

    Allowing this feature would certainly influence me to buy sony MD products. Not allowing would have the opposite result. I would never buy again.


    1725. I totally agree.

    Posted by Damien Cole on 7/22/2002, 21:33:25

    Sony is infringing my own personal copyright. US Copyright Law states that anything an individual creates is automatically copyrighted to that individual and can do anything he wants to with it. I make live enviromental recordings of sound effects of all sorts, and for Sony to deny my rights to digitally copy my own material is against the law. Period. I'm very disappointed with the answers that I was getting from Mary at customer support at Sony. Her response to my asking why there was no export function on OpenMG Jukebox was, (to paraphrase) "NetMD does not allow you to transfer uncopyrighted material from the NetMD to a PC.". Uncopyrighted?? How dare they assume that just because I don't hire some bigname lawyer that suddenly my rights don't count in regards to my OWN intellectual property? Sony is one-sided and arrogant to suggest that all people want to do is break copyright laws when they're doing the same by denying my ability to control my own originally created media. I fully, 100% agree with the petition, and I say we sue their butts off if they don't agree to this.


    1726. Loss of functionality

    Posted by Johnty Wang on 7/22/2002, 21:53:39

    Having an upload capability would make the Sony MD recorders a much more versatile product - especially for people who want to record live sounds. I am a musician starting to do recordings and there are lots of people like me who'd buy the product if it had that function...


    1727. I want to upload my own band's recordings

    Posted by David Glauber on 7/22/2002, 22:29:06

    I simply want the ability to upload material of my own creation. I understand your company's copyright concerns but what I and many people like me want to do is simply using the MD medium to further our own interests - NOT to steal copyrighted material. Thank you.


    1728. PhD Research

    Posted by Tony Hookins on 7/22/2002, 23:16:51

    I purchased the MD expecting to be able to upload my recorded interviews to the PC for transcription in an easy and convenient maner. I am VERY disappointed as I was missled about the capability of the MD. I could have spent less than half the price of the MD on a lesser model that would do the same job.
    In short - SONY - shame on you !!


    1729. Unbelievable

    Posted by Andrew May on 7/23/2002, 2:09:16

    I just bought a sony microphone after purchasing a NETMD N707. One of the main reasons for purchase was field recording for speakers at my church and live recording of my own original music. No breaches of copyright. I was very disappointed to discover the lack of this feature only in the last few days after an expensive outlay. High quality recording with nowhere to go. Unbelievable.


    1730. MD to PC

    Posted by Tom Ranson on 7/23/2002, 7:23:28

    This very expensive and advanced kit which I brought for the purpose of digital recordig and editing just does not live up to standard without haveing an MD to PC system. It is simply useless for the purpose for which I brought it. Very disapointed.


    1731. I bought a Net MD to make (legal) live recordings. I can but what's the use!

    Posted by Dr Chris Harrison on 7/23/2002, 7:42:27

    The Sony NetMD is superb. I have made some brilliant live recordings of my band but I need to put them onto CD. The only way I can do this is using the audio output which means I effectively record it twice and the quality suffers. I have burned several CDs like this and nobody is impressed! The original is superb but the CD is not a good advert for Sony's excellent technology.


    1732. Pouvoir enregistrer et monter son disque

    Posted by Daniel Burki on 7/23/2002, 8:23:19

    Je cherche actuellement la solution la plus pratique et de qualité suffisante pour réaliser des enregistrements amateur de musique classique. Je suis intéressé par le minidisc, mais un détail m'arrête : on ne peut pas transfèrer en numérique depuis le MD vers un PC. S'il vous plait, intégrez cette fonction, et je pense, de nombreuses personnes comme moi se réjouiront de pouvoir en toute simplicité produire des enregistrement de qualité.


    1733. I agree with the petition.

    Posted by Anders Jacobsen on 7/23/2002, 10:45:51


    1734. Get Up-to-Date!

    Posted by Fem on 7/23/2002, 11:26:58

    Sony, When you (manufacturer or end-user) spend a lot of money on latest technology, sure you don't expect to look elsewhere for cutting-edge functionality. It is only fair that you get us the going functionalities in such a fast-moving information age. It is, indeed, a shame that you try to connect a device to the computer today but what do you get after that? eh? I remain to be truly convinced on why I can't do a two-way communication between my computer and my MZ-N1. Get real.


    1735. Upload please

    Posted by thomas birchett on 7/23/2002, 11:52:55

    I love to do simple field recordings and manipulate them on my DJ CD player in live performances. If Net MD would allow me to upload then I'd buy an MD to do it. For now the only options are the Archos MP3 recorder or the Marantz portable CD recorder. Minnidisc is still quite a bit smaller and many models support phantom powered mics. Please enable upload.


    1736. Reporters

    Posted by Mathevet on 7/23/2002, 12:02:57

    Dear SONY-COMPAGNY,

    MD recorder is such a wonderfull thing, because I can record my friends, my grand-parents, people n the street...in order to make my own report.

    What a pity that we can't upload from MD to PC. I hope, dear SONY, you will change this problem in your next versions of MD recorder.

    Thanks a lot,

    Thibault Mathevet


    1737. Uploadings from MD-N707

    Posted by Charles Cohn on 7/23/2002, 12:40:42

    It is an imposition not to be able to upload recordings that I make myself. These, from friends' performances, offer no threat to the recording industry and they have no right to interfere. I am hoping that somebody will hack the jukebox program to allow that function.


    1738. Analog source: no restrictions please!

    Posted by Haemish Edgerton on 7/23/2002, 13:14:24

    Dear Sirs,

    While I understand your copyright reasons to prevent digital transfers of digital source material, I fail to understand why NetMD will not allow digital transfers of ANALOG source material. If someone was to record their own MD, which could be sound effects, live band music (especially of their own band), etc, then what is the logical justification for denying them the ability to maintain that source material in the digital realm thereafter?

    Please consider adding this ability. Surely through SCMS you could set the bit accordingly (for digital source vs. analog source), and permit all analog sources to be uploaded via the same USB mechanism that already exists.

    Everyone who signs this petition is a believer. We're believers in MiniDisc, it's a wonderful technology. Our faith is your success. Help us to bolster our faith in the product, and "preach" to the "unconverted" masses who have yet to experience the joys of MD. To paraphrase the movie "Jerry Maguire" Help us help you! Enable analog-sourced digital NetMD uploads!

    Thank you

    Haemish Edgerton


    1739. Disappointed musician

    Posted by Robin Mullarkey on 7/23/2002, 13:25:36

    Bought the MZ-N707 today on the strength that it features a usb connection to my PC. I was hoping to use this as a way to back-up recordings of rehearsals and gigs of my own. I didnt expect the transfer to be one-way only, and now realise i dont need the feature as i'm not interested in pirating copyrighted music. Considering getting a refund


    1740. NEED TO UPLOAD MY OWN PERSONAL M.D. RECORDINGS TO THE PC QUICKLY

    Posted by SulphurFury on 7/23/2002, 14:33:35

    I need to upload the digital recordings I make with my MiniDisc recorder to my PC quickly. It seems uneccessarily time-consuming to have to record from MiniDisc to the PC in real time. Why was this feature skipped?
    Without the ability to transfer recordings from MiniDisc to PC quickly, the NetMD is just SHORT of a must-have device for everyone.
    Please hear all of our pleas and make a MiniDisc recorder that can upload digital audio to the PC quickly, or at least provide us with a reason for why this feature isn't available?


    1741. need the upload facility

    Posted by Chris on 7/23/2002, 15:14:31

    I am already dissapointed that minidisc does not have the facility to actually play mp3 files (like the marketing led me to believe). Now I can't copy music off my minidisc onto my pc so I'd like to have this facility please Sony.


    1742. So much potential

    Posted by Daniel Wiliamson on 7/23/2002, 15:56:24

    I and my friends have used Minidisk for several years now and I have often thought that a drive in my PC would be the perfect solution to getting riffs and jams down onto the PC, It just provides a great way of getting down ideas and then sifting through them and fleshing them out later on. I thought This was the answer but sadly it seems the decision has been made to possibly prevent copying problems. If I wanted to rip off other peoples music I'd use my CD Writer. The people who want to buy ripped off music are more likely to use CD Players than fork out the extra money for MD.
    With new technologies like dataplay, flash disks, and microdrives coming out It would make sense to make the most out of Minidisk and make it's mark in the market. And if possible could we have the ability to save data, It'd be great to be able to save an audio / midi sequenced file on one disk, It'd make working on a piece of music easier to transfer between band members. You never know it may even beat the ubiquitous Floppy Disk!


    1743. MD is advanced technology.. so let's advance it

    Posted by James Reinig on 7/23/2002, 16:27:20

    I have been a faithful MD user since the day I could afford the MDBundle2. I bought it for the convenience and fidelity the digital medium had to offer. When MP3 came onto the scene, it would seem minidisc was going to go the way of DAT, but us few and faithful have kept a truly great technology alive. Please consider adding upload capabiliy to the NetMD suite of technology, thus bringing MD back to the front of portable music.


    1744. Upload is needed for transcribing interviews etc.

    Posted by Jim Barry on 7/23/2002, 18:27:57

    I want to be able to quickly upload MD recordings of interviews to the PC where they can be more easily transcribed.


    1745. It would add-onn features of MiniDisc

    Posted by Gasper Koren on 7/23/2002, 19:49:07

    It would increase usability of Minidisc as multiple-usabele computer add-on


    1746. netmd

    Posted by rick muyuela on 7/23/2002, 19:58:51

    I'll wait to buy until it has upload capability.


    1747. PLEASE

    Posted by Andrew Varvel on 7/23/2002, 20:02:31

    When I heard rumours about the NetMD, I thought it was absolutely great!!! But when I learnt more about I realised that you cannot upload MD-PC. Why buy it then if I use it for recording bands! What's the point??? PLEASE expand the MD Format PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE


    1748. for kid's class recording

    Posted by Chai-Wang Chang on 7/23/2002, 22:20:36

    We really need it!


    1749. Upload needed.

    Posted by Terrence McClellan on 7/24/2002, 0:26:52

    I record sounds from the street for my productions and upload would make the md a valuable tool.


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