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Yesideez
post Mar 15 2004, 11:11 PM
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my MP3 player turned off! and it has no fastforward

What the hell are you using? Try Winamp!
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Jubei
post Mar 15 2004, 11:59 PM
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I could, except it probably wouldn't fit in my pocket, what with it needing a computer. huh.gif

My MP3 player is not computer based, it is portable based wink.gif

EDIT: but mucho gracias all the same.

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Harv
post Mar 17 2004, 01:07 PM
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Quick question - what's that first track? It sounds like Nick says "Hysteria" but I couldn't hear the band... Ta!
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TheGimp
post Mar 18 2004, 08:41 PM
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If you're talking about the last XFM show, I think the first band was Muse, and may have been 'Hysteria'.
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Harv
post Mar 19 2004, 08:10 AM
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Aaaah, yes, superb, thangyooferrymush.
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RichP
post Mar 26 2004, 03:50 PM
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How exactly do you record from a streaming source? I've got sound forge if thats any good.
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Yesideez
post Mar 26 2004, 05:39 PM
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There are two ways...

1) Use your sound card
Some sound cards have a facility that enables you to stream audio from anything passing through it (ie. net sources, CD audio, TV cards etc.) straight onto your hard drive. I've got a Creative Sound Blaster Audigy Platinum 2 eX and although it has the feature, I've never tried it so am unable to comment on how well it works.

2) Use third party software
There's various software out there that enables you to grab any audio being streamed off the net through Windoze Media Player onto your hard drive. After playing with some programs the best I've found is Total Recorder. If you're using XP don't use a version higher than 3.2 as it contains bugs. Best perform a search for it on the net. I just had a look and there are stacks of sites offering it.

Whatever you use its just a case of configuring the program/sound card to get the optimum recording. If your audio source isn't of great quality in the first place then there's not much point in recording it in high quality.

Another thing to be aware of is if you plan to burn the audio onto CD (not as MP3) then check to see what restrictions there are on your burning software when burning audio. I know that Nero needs MP3 files to be at least 128kbps otherwise it'll give you an error message. I believe Nero might require them to be 44.1kHz as well but I'm not 100% sure.

To edit the music from the XFM recording, taking a 3 hour show down to about 50 minutes, I did in fact use Sound Forge. I always kept a WAV file of the original recording sat on my hard drive just in case something tragic happened.

Hope this is of help wink.gif

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RichP
post Mar 27 2004, 08:04 PM
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Cheers mate, those ricky gervais shows shall yet be mine!!!
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Jubei
post Mar 28 2004, 12:06 AM
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It was definately Hysteria by Muse, who absolutely rock!
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KatieT
post Feb 7 2006, 11:00 PM
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Does anyone still have a copy of these shows?

My computer died and I lost mine...
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thirtyhelens
post Feb 7 2006, 11:23 PM
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See this thread. (Or PM Jade (feckless_dykey_prostitute), or myself if you're in the States)

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KatieT
post Feb 8 2006, 09:02 AM
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QUOTE (thirtyhelens @ Feb 7 2006, 11:23 PM)
See this thread. (Or PM Jade (feckless_dykey_prostitute), or myself if you're in the States)
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I've already had that CD - it's got the show from July 2002 then the Edinburgh Fringe shows, but that's all I think.

The ones I'm after are the 2004 shows. I know at least the very last show was passed about at the time, but I've lost my copy. Do you and/or Jade have those too?
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thirtyhelens
post Feb 8 2006, 06:08 PM
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Sadly, no....but add me to the list of "needs it." wink.gif
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post Feb 22 2006, 02:37 PM
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Me too. smile.gif Downsy or Admins - anyone still have copies of this batch of shows?
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KatieT
post Feb 22 2006, 03:57 PM
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There must be someone. At the time the last one was hosted on a website so it were freely available - I bet loads of old members downloaded it.

All I can remember is Simon promising all the way through for news about the future of Spaced and also the first play of Ash & Chris Martin's cover of Everybody's Happy Nowadays (which never happened as they couldn't get permission).
Oh and at the very very end you could hear Edgar laughing in the studio.

I'd just love to hear it again.
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