Implying this isn't the most outrageously underrated physical format.
When's the minidisc revival /mu?
CD-Rs made minidisc obsolete.
The only reason I bought a MD player in the late 90s was to make my own 'mixtapes' with the added benefit of being able to skips track. I even had a Sony MD car stereo which I only got rid of about five years ago.
>mfw hit clips aren't even archived in discogs
Truly the patrician format.
autechre's side-projects did these during the late 90s
you can tie a microSD card to a knot and have the same thing as a miniclip really
speaking of which why don't any artists release music on microSD?
8-track for most unwieldy format ever
Professionalism thrown out the window.
I always though mini disks should have been a bigger thing honestly. I'd imagine for example, people releasing singles on them or very short albums, or simply the mp3 equivalent of their larger formats. I still consider them a much more attractive medium.
I think small personal labels would benifit the most. It's not really something someone would "sell" technically. Those are made to basically sell yourself to a company or business. I think minidisk would be better as opposed to business card disks wich... woulda kinda seem odd to sell...
It's like you're a business card printer and not a serious business, then again... it's almost like trolling, as if ones music is simply the middleman between the consumer and the business card company.