A "special thing" about all my music files - some of which were created more than 15 years ago - is that they are "mastered" in an optimal and modern way. This applies to the uniform style, regardless of when and how the recordings were made, as well as to the frequency response, dynamics, volume and sound, which is now essentially optimized over all years of creation and independent of the instruments and technical possibilities used, and which corresponds to the so-called "industry standard" (e.g. for studio recordings of drums, guitars etc.).
Another special feature is that no permanently installed Internet connection is required to play the music files. The files have been stored online in a format that allows them to be "streamed" "outdoors" as "mobile data" using e.g. LTE (Long Term Evolution). With the cellular network, mobile data can be transmitted in greater quantities and at higher speeds over the air interface.
To do this, please activate your network for mobile data playback and start the playlist
in your mp3 player or within your internet browser.
Windows OS users can start and listen to the "Playlist" directly simply by clicking on the above link.
Users of other operating systems may need an "MP3 player" that can handle *.m3u files (playlists), like for "Apple users" e.g. "Foobar 2000" or "VCL media player". In the corresponding players, the following entry must be made in the configuration line provided for this purpose in the settings, e.g. under "Playback location" for "Foobar2000", or for execution with a suitable Internet browser, observing upper and lower case, or transferred by "copy & paste": http://www.xdigits.com/MyMix1.m3u