Some versions of Vocalise by Rachmaninoff comes close to it.
Ghost in this House sung by Alison Krauss can too.
I know there are a few others that have this effect on me, but its been a while since I've heard them.
Originally Posted by bln
I recommend Oliver Twist, The Chronicles of Narnia, and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Don't mean to be condescending, but shouldn't someone be pointing out that it might not be good to introduce little children to video games? Not because of violence or sexuality, just that they're vapid and soulless and empty of any real value besides entertainment. I say keep them away from your kids as long as you can and try to...
Well I just snagged a GC Doubledash pack off ebay, so GC it is. Thanks again for all the input reguardless of the system you recommended. I'm sure I will be looking at the others in a few years.
I'm a flight simulator, WWII combat kind of guy: is there anything I should be watching for?
So, aside from a second controler for any system, and a memory chip for the GC (how big?), any other "must have" accessories?
I know the GC has a steering wheel that works with Mario Cart. Am I correct there is similar for the Xbox?
Originally Posted by null
I would wait for X-box 2/Gamecube 2/Playstation 3 unless you have a tight budget.
Gamecube's games are more geared towards children, whereas this is the opposite with X-Box. PS2 is kind of in the middle. (Now these are just rough generalizations. No flames please!)
Well then the Gamecube does sound more like it for now. At 8 years old, I figure it will be 4 years worth of play and then we may be looking a...
EDIT NOTE: Well I just snagged a GC Doubledash pack off ebay, so GC it is.
So the lovely Mrs. Redneck wants me to look into getting an XBox as my boys (7 and 8) have some money saved up, are doing fairly well with school and are always talking about their friend's systems. And they have one friend in particular that we would prefer it he came to our house (he is a nice enough kid, but we just don't like our kids in his home).
Now I'm familiar enough with the...
Originally Posted by Hase
In dealing with a player's ability to better read a CDR, is the spacing of the pits really an issue? Aren't they all just loaded into a buffer anyway? I am probably missing something, but as long as the laser is actully reading the bits correctly and the buffer never runs flat, isn't the processor receiving the exact same data from a CDR that it would a stamped disk?
IF the laser is actually reading...
In the HTPC relm: How good is lossless files through the digital out into an outboard DAC, such as an ART DI/O?
I've played with hooking PCs up to stereo's, but have yet to make a perminant addition to my system because I haven't heard a soundcard as good as my simple Yamaha CDC 565 or a Toshiba 3960 (un-moded). I'd like to put one in to replace the changer, but don't want to unless I am atleast maintaining the limitied quality that I already have.