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I'm glad that some people are interested in audio-quality and bitrates and all that. But I never will be. If somebody has the music collection, the equipment, the trained ear and the time to do so, great.
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==On the word "recording"==
  
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I agree with mudcrow. To me the word "recording" will always mean the original act of performance/recording, as in "what year did the Rutles record their first album?"
  
=caller#6's use case=
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==On the number of levels==
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I agree with reosarevok. Further levels should only be created if doing so won't create (even more) confusion.
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==caller#6's use case==
  
 
An example:
 
An example:
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I might have the time to add all the performance ARs to the 35 session/recordings before I die. I definitely will never have time to add duplicates for each of the remaining 101 tracks.</blockquote>
 
I might have the time to add all the performance ARs to the 35 session/recordings before I die. I definitely will never have time to add duplicates for each of the remaining 101 tracks.</blockquote>
  
=On the word "recording"=
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This is not an edge case in Jazz.
 
 
I agree with mudcrow. To me the word "recording" will always mean the original act of performance/recording, as in "what year did the Rutles record their first album?"
 
 
 
=On the number of levels=
 
 
 
I agree with reosarevok. Further levels should only be created if doing so won't create (even more) confusion.
 
  
For me, that's not a problem because I will never be interested in editing at the master/remaster/bit-rate level. If somebody has the collection, the equipment, the trained ear and the time to do so, great.
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As a MusicBrainz user, I'm interested in finding the 35 session/performance/recordings. If I need to know which releases have decent audio-quality, I'll check the amazon reviews.
  
 
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Revision as of 20:12, 20 December 2012

On the word "recording"

I agree with mudcrow. To me the word "recording" will always mean the original act of performance/recording, as in "what year did the Rutles record their first album?"

On the number of levels

I agree with reosarevok. Further levels should only be created if doing so won't create (even more) confusion.

caller#6's use case

An example:

Miles Davis recorded 'round Midnight 35 times.[1]

MB currently has 136 "recordings" of 'round Midnight by Miles Davis. [2]

I might have the time to add all the performance ARs to the 35 session/recordings before I die. I definitely will never have time to add duplicates for each of the remaining 101 tracks.

This is not an edge case in Jazz.

As a MusicBrainz user, I'm interested in finding the 35 session/performance/recordings. If I need to know which releases have decent audio-quality, I'll check the amazon reviews.

References