Originally Posted by bullzi
3000+ here, i've got a HD dedicated to music.
I've got a dedicated disk for music as well.
I'd heartily recommend the solution that I've got, it's a lan disk, (got from maplin/ebay for about £20 (without a disk)).
It sits on the network and shares files, so I have my laptop that I use at home with all the music added to the library from the network drive, the disk also has an FTP server enabled on it, so I also have a playlist on my work laptop that links to the music via urls on the FTP server, so I have all my music in a single place, shared for anyone in my house and I can listen to all my music away from my house as well!
Originally Posted by JogaBonito1502
About 600. I don't see how someone can listen to 2000+ songs. I'm always cleaning out my library of songs I get tired of listening to.
I don't listen to 200+ songs, there is enough music to listen to the collection that I've got for some stupid amount of time, something like a month 24 hours a day without repeating a track or stopping for a rest.
the thing is that I might want to listen to a track one day.
I'd listen to different music at a party than I would if I were sitting and doing some work etc...