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post #46 of 109
Maybe a download error. I can't help because I have the Amazon version. But if that's a Brandenburg Concerto, you should get them to fix it. That Japanese version on there is a real mother! So fast! Hard to believe they can play that well.
post #47 of 109

No, no download error, downloaded it again and didn't work either.

Same with nr. 31 of that album.

 

I'll ask my brother-in-law to try, else I would have to ask someone for the Amazon version and convert it.

I can't download from Amazon myself.

 

Sent a mail to Apple as well.


Edited by AppleheadMay - 12/12/12 at 10:52am
post #48 of 109
ITunes Store can probably fix it. Maybe no one's made it all the way through the set yet!
post #49 of 109

Yeah, weird, the song runs for the time it says but their's nothing in it.

post #50 of 109

Must be a bad rip. I'm sure iTunes will replace it.

post #51 of 109

Hmm, no answer from Apple yet but suddenly the tracks work, without redownloading it. 

And in iTunes store those two tracks suddenly can't be bought separately anymore while I did click the buy link for those only this afternoon to redownload them. So Apple definitely has been working on them already.

 

I'm starting to get big brother paranoia. biggrin.gif

post #52 of 109

I got the Mozart album for $1.99 from Amazon, iTunes is selling the same item for $7.99.

 

It is certainly worth $2, in fact amazon gave me $2 credit last week when I bought my Senn 598s from them, so I got it for free.  Sound is very good on most but not all of the tracks.


Edited by mitchflorida - 12/12/12 at 3:00pm
post #53 of 109

Yep, sadly we can't all buy from Amazon.

post #54 of 109

Does the 30 second sample contain any music?

post #55 of 109

It does now, no idea if it did before.

post #56 of 109
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Originally Posted by AppleheadMay View Post

The problem with the Bach Guild is I wouldn't know where to buy them. I can't buy MP3's from any Amazon site since there isn't an Amzon in Belgium. And iTunes doesn't have them.

 

No use to buy a composer from both Rise and 99? I bought all from Rise and filled in the missing ones with the 99 series.

 

You might be able to purchase the downloads from the US marketplace. If all else fails you could just create a US account and use US amazon gift cards.

post #57 of 109

I believe Amazon geolocates to prevent this.
 

post #58 of 109

If you need a download from Amazon, tell me and I can download it for you and send it to you.

post #59 of 109
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Originally Posted by mitchflorida View Post

If you need a download from Amazon, tell me and I can download it for you and send it to you.

That would be great! :)

I'll send you a PM.

post #60 of 109

I have four of the Rise of the Masters sets so far.

 

The funny thing is, I just searched Amazon for "powdered wig" and they carry the head gear too if anyone wants to dress appropriately! biggrin.gif

 

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