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9-13-2011 @ 1:53AM
You still aren't getting it.So, find and learn how to use a sound editing program which would likely cost money, to stitch together 128Kbps music.CD quality is 1411Kbps. And the "blending" isn't simply mixing the audio together when they end and begin. It's actual musical transitions between pieces in tracks with multiple zones like "Outland Suite".That's a hell of alot of work to save $1-$2. No one says you have to buy the full soundtrack.You think Blizzard has "gotten greedy". I got news for you. Some of these soundtracks are years old, Diablo 2's is from 2000. And is out of print. So your only choices of getting it are hunting down the copy that came with the Collector's Edition, find one from someone who bought it from the online store, or buy it digitally from Blizzard.You are so stuck in the "we already have the soundtrack on our computers, !@#$ 'em" mindset you don't see how professionally done tracks in full quality is worth $1. And again, no one is forcing you to buy the whole soundtracks. If you likee one piece, then just buy that one piece.If you would rather extract the files, piece them together in an audio editing program without musical transistions, in a lower-quality format, then that's your preference. But I think most people would feel the $1 is a fair asking price for a professional-done, higher quality file.
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