Are any of these located somewhere other than Dime? I haven't been able to download anything from there in months, due to my ratio being too low. I've left some old stuff seeding, but it doesn't seem to matter.
Would any of you burn me a disc & mail? I'd pay for shipping/materials/etc.? PM if you can. I'd love these shows.
Post by rumbleseat on Nov 21, 2012 21:54:06 GMT -5
I just wanted to let everyone know that I posted my first show (The Joy Formidable) on the DIME website! Many thanks go to the moderators for helping me through all the mistakes I made along the way. Here's the link:
5/1 Toro Y Moi
5/10 Deathcab for Cutie, Hozier, Of Monsters and Men, Passion Pit, Walk the Moon, AWOLnation, Vance Joy
5/14 Matt & Kim
5/23 Pixies + TV On The Radio
6/2 Purity Ring
6/5-7 Governors Ball
6/27 Contemporary Color
7/21 Todd Terje
Just discovered this also. I love that y'all take the time and effort to record shows. Right now I'm enjoying a show I had to miss, Alabama Shakes, and downloading the 2006 Radiohead on my new DIME account. Incredible!
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Thanks. any good ways to convert them to MP3 for iPod purposes?
On a PC, I use Foobar2000 (it's free) to play the flac files and also to convert them to MP3.
To convert, load your files into Foobar, highlight them all, then left click and choose convert. Select the three dots (...). Change the output format to mp3. If the output bitrate needs to be changed, use the edit button. You can also specify the folder you want the converted mp3 files to be placed in. Press the convert button when you are ready. And off you go.
This method can also be used to convert 24-bit flac files (which is how my recordings are posted) into 16-bit flac or wav files.