- Sep 15, 2013View Source
It occurred to me that I had to set up a Google account in order to upload those accidental ProgDay videos to YouTube, so I already have access to a Google Drive account. I've put Rob Marino's preshow set up there as a test case, since it's only seven songs. I set the permissions so anyone with the exact URL can download the files. Can I get a volunteer to try to download it? Here are the links:;
It'd be a pain to have to upload/download everything one song at a time, but this might be an easy way for me to make the recordings available to anyone who wants them.
--- In ProgAndOther@yahoogroups.com, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I've finally finished processing my audience recordings from this year's ProgDay. For those who do the Dime a Dozen site, they're all up there in FLAC format. Just search for ProgDay.
For those who don't do Dime a Dozen, it's time to figure out how to get the recordings out to those who want them. I've got everything in both FLAC and MP3 format (although I still have to listen to a lot of the MP3s to make sure they came out OK).
Anyone who would be interested in getting a copy and CAN'T get it from Dime a Dozen, send me an email (eichler 2 at Comcast dot net, without the spaces) and specify if you'd prefer MP3 or FLAC. If there are only a few people interested, I'll just burn DVDs and send them out. If there are a lot of people, I'll look into finding some online file sharing service like we did a couple years ago.