Not all of us took that long to understand. There were three bands that I know spent hours upon hours on Bullroarer the last two days it was open. All three of them agreed that the music system wasn't ready to go live. All three of them submitted bug reports. All three of them posted on the forums that it wasn't ready for live.
Originally Posted by SchorschiSchrumpf
I think those that did the most work on Bullroarer got listened to the least.
I myself, am done with it. 450+ songs completely ruined. A few I tried to repair, couldn't be repaired with the new system so unless a really good fix comes in the future, they are lost completely. Not a single song I was able to repair sounds as good as it did under the old system. Tens of thousands of songs from band sites and music sites completely screwed. In one fell swoop the music was sent back into the dark ages as it were.
I do admire those that are still fighting the good fight to get things fixed, but after the time and effort I personally put into testing and making bug reports, (seemingly ignored) I've lost any desire to continue. I feel like all I did was waste my time. I wish you all the best but for me, I am stepping away from it now.
Keep up the good work as long as you can, you guys and gals are the best!
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