27994RE: Re: [ProgAndOther] RE: ProgDay 2013 audience recordings
- Sep 16, 2013
> If you decide to go this route, I suggest zipping the files for each show.
> That way, people would just need to download 1 file per show.
That's a great idea - I went one step further and just zipped all the MP3s of all my audience recordings from the entire weekend up into one ZIP file. It can be downloaded with this link:
I used 7-Zip to zip it up, but if I understand how 7-Zip works correctly, anything that is able to handle the ".zip" exension should be able to unzip the file. I zipped it up with the folder structure intact, so when it's unzipped you should end up with a folder for each band, containing an MP3 file for each song they played.
The zip file takes a while to download because it's pretty huge (1,312,430KB - about 1.3 GB, if I'm figuring that out correctly). It took about 10 minutes to download with my Comcast connection.
If anyone gives it a try, let me know how it goes.
--- In ProgAndOther@yahoogroups.com, <email@example.com> wrote:I was able to download song #1 with no problem, Bob.
If you decide to go this route, I suggest zipping the files for each show.
That way, people would just need to download 1 file per show.
> 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.
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Many hard to find CDs (mostly prog)
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