I was listening to my Limp Bizkit CD on the way home from meeting today, and I got to wondering, how do they do that? It’s pretty damn cool! What I mean is, on certain tracks, 7, for instance, the counter counts backwards from a number, playing an intro. When it hits zero, it plays forward with the song. If you listen all the way through the CD, you hear all the intros. If you skip to other songs, it won’t play the intros. And on the hidden track, if you listen to all of track 15, it plays 16, counting backwards from 5:34 down to 0:00. If you skip to 16, it plays from 0:00 to 0:04, then cuts to track 1.
How do they do that?
Can I do that on my home-mades?
If so, can I make it so that if someone doesn’t listen to the first track all the way through, that only every other track plays?
How can I make tracks inaccessible through the << >> buttons, but accessible through listening straight through?
How do they get multiple # tracks? (Backward 7 and forward 7, f’rinstance)
How do they get it to play backwards?
We are the children of the Eighties. We are not the first “lost generation” nor today’s lost generation; in fact, we think we know just where we stand - or are discovering it as we speak.