29 Jan 2013, 15:56 by Selena1995
30 Mar 2012, 12:11 by mrskyouyaArtists that I currently have in my iPod.
Just because I love lists.
Last updated: 20 October 2013
9GOATS BLACK OUT
abingdon boys school
Acid Black Cherry
Alison Krauss & Union Station
Andrew Lloyd Webber
City and Colour
The Civil Wars
Claas P. Jambor
Cote de Pablo
DIR EN GREY
24 Aug 2009, 12:24 by fmeraFollowing up on the earlier journal, Getting Artist Images to Look Their Best, here is a short guide to explain how images (be they square, tall, or wide) that you upload to artist galleries are cropped for eventual use in the library.
I'll use these images (taken from Simone Kopmajer's gallery) as a visual guide to show how your original artist pics will end up looking as library images. It works on the idea that cropping images square or tall - if your original shots allow this - really is the safer option, as they minimize further cropping when your images are processed. Shown below are three sample images, in square, tall, and wide formats, and beside them the actual 126s images used for the library. The translucent red masking shows where image content will be lost (or hidden from view, rather), and the window is what you'll end up with in the library:
14 Nov 2008, 16:04 by fmeraWant to listen to "Moon River" over and over again? I've tagged as many cover versions as I could find on last.fm - plus the original sung and instrumental versions, of course - as http://cdn.last.fm/flatness/listen_v2/tag_13x13.png moon river covers, and the list is still growing.
➤ Click to Play (lastfm client)
➤ Click to Play (radio page flash player)
"MOON RIVER" is a song composed by Johnny Mercer (lyrics) and Henry Mancini (music) in 1961, for whom it won that year's Academy Award for Best Original Song. It is most well-known for being sung in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's by Audrey Hepburn, although it has been covered by many other artists.
It became the theme song for Andy Williams, who first recorded the song in 1961 and performed it at the Academy Awards ceremonies in 1962. He sang the first eight bars of the song at the beginning of his television show; he also named his production company and venue in Branson, Missouri after Moon River. …