[Powderworks] Seattle / Vancouver / Calgary 2002 - SHN downloads
Sun, 15 Sep 2002 16:41:12 -0700 (PDT)
thanks to Andy who sent me copies of these CDs, I can now offer them
in SHN format for download
Q: where to go?
A: http://mifs1.merc-int.com/mm (no www). from there you can
navigate to the Oils dir. and then on to the shows
Q: is download open to all?
A: yes it is. however the files are large so unless you have a fast
connection, don't bother. you will also need a CD burner so if you
don't have one, don't bother.
Q: what do I do once I got the files
A: first of all go to http://www.etree.org/mkw.html to download the
program you will use. install it. start it up, go to Options;File
Options menu and (a) click "same as input" (b) uncheck "delete input
files....". Then it is a simple drag'n'drop operation from Explorer
to this program. it will convert all the SHN files into WAV files.
make sure you download the .md5 file. it contains checksum info. and
the program can use it to check that the files you downloaded are
Q: what do I do with the WAV files?
A: use them to burn an audio CD. please make sure you burn DAO (disc
at once) and if you know how to do it, remove the 2 sec. gap between
Q: how much disc space do I need?
A: I did not tally up the overall file size. each SHN file will
produce a WAV file that is twice as large. if you are short of space
consider dwonloading and burning one CD at a time
Q: do I still need the SHN files once I burned a CD?
A: no. once you have WAV files you can delete the SHN ones. you can
however keep them on your drive and listen to them on your PC. to do
this go to http://www.etree.org/shnamp.html and get the winamp
I hope I did not forget anything. let me know if you have questions.
the files will be available until 9/23. this is a work server so
what I am doing is not exactly approved.
What happened to this song we once knew so well
Signed promise for moments caught within the spell
I must have waited all my life for this
Moment moment (Yes - Tales from Topographic Oceans)
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