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Old 02-20-03, 02:56 PM
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Originally posted by Bust


Some people will just never know what they're missing. If you're interested in Jack Johnson, check out the 2-10-02 show. Amazing sound quality and just a great overall performance.
Do you know if Jack Johnson has sung a complete version of High Tide/Low Tide? He does a tease of it on the 5-8-02 show, and it's just awesome. I've been looking for a copy of the show I was at, 10-16-02, and etree has it!
Old 02-25-03, 01:04 AM
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what's the easiest way to convert these to MP3
Old 02-25-03, 12:29 PM
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Originally posted by WhattheFFF
what's the easiest way to convert these to MP3
They shouldn't be converted to mp3, unless you only plan to use them for personal use and never trade anything you make from the mp3s. Probably the easiest is just to convert from SHN to WAV and use whatever MP3 encoder on the WAV.

The Etree archive had a pretty large collection of DMB until a recent trading policy change. There is a nice archive at http://www.antsmarching.org though. I've never downloaded anything from Etree's archive because the main live music I collect is DMB and John Mayer.
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Originally posted by AndyCapps
They shouldn't be converted to mp3, unless you only plan to use them for personal use and never trade anything you make from the mp3s. Probably the easiest is just to convert from SHN to WAV and use whatever MP3 encoder on the WAV.

The Etree archive had a pretty large collection of DMB until a recent trading policy change. There is a nice archive at http://www.antsmarching.org though. I've never downloaded anything from Etree's archive because the main live music I collect is DMB and John Mayer.
What he said. ^

Use this program to convert to WAV. Then you can drop the WAV files right back into it to convert to MP3. But please, don't circulate MP3's of this music. Let's keep it at the best quality possible.
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I’m not converting them for distribution I only listen to MP3s anymore, thanks for the help
Old 02-25-03, 03:44 PM
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I've used FTP before but I have no idea how to connect to download these? what do I use for the host name?
Old 02-25-03, 05:35 PM
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Originally posted by WhattheFFF
I've used FTP before but I have no idea how to connect to download these? what do I use for the host name?
I haven't even tried the FTP method yet. I just click on the directories and then [right-click/save] on the files individually. It's been said earlier in this thread, that to download through http will take some time, but I repeat, IT'S WORTH IT!
Old 02-25-03, 09:48 PM
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Host for ftp is etree0x.archive.org, port 21, anonymous login/pw. Just browse through various numbers in place of the x.
Old 02-26-03, 12:21 PM
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Wow.

Check out the Mr. Blotto cover of "Me & Bobby McGee" from the 5-27-01 show. Amazing keyboard work.
Old 02-26-03, 03:49 PM
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Originally posted by emanon
Host for ftp is etree0x.archive.org, port 21, anonymous login/pw. Just browse through various numbers in place of the x.
Excellent. Nothing like being able to fire up Bulletproof FTP, queue up what you want, and walk away. It's just too bad they don't have the approval of John Mayer's management.
Old 02-27-03, 11:32 AM
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Originally posted by AndyCapps
Excellent. Nothing like being able to fire up Bulletproof FTP, queue up what you want, and walk away. It's just too bad they don't have the approval of John Mayer's management.
I don't think you're going to see too many teeny-pop stars on that list.
Old 03-15-03, 11:50 PM
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I've been downloading music for the last couple weeks, some really awesome stuff here. What are everyone’s favorites? I've been downloading mostly Jack Johnson & Tim Reynolds but I'm ready to start branching out.

I just downloaded Mason Jennings. How come I've never heard of him before? really awesome stuff. The 04-26-02 show is great. Anyone have any of his CDs?

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Old 03-17-03, 10:22 PM
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Originally posted by WhattheFFF
I've been downloading music for the last couple weeks, some really awesome stuff here. What are everyone’s favorites? I've been downloading mostly Jack Johnson & Tim Reynolds but I'm ready to start branching out.

I just downloaded Mason Jennings. How come I've never heard of him before? really awesome stuff. The 04-26-02 show is great. Anyone have any of his CDs?
The first thing I downloaded from the archive was a Jack Johnson show. Great stuff. I've been downloading mostly Mr. Blotto, Umphrey's McGee, moe., SCI, and RAQ.

I've heard a lot of good things about Mason Jennings, but I haven't heard any of it yet, besides the duets he did with Jack Johnson on the show I downloaded. I'll have to check that 4-26 show out. Will I recognize any of the songs??
Old 03-18-03, 09:10 AM
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Psychedelic Breakfast - 05/23/02

Go get it!

http://www.archive.org/audio/etree-d...db.php?id=2090
Old 03-25-03, 02:03 PM
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I have the moe. 03-04-01 show on 2 .shn discs. I already burned em as audio CDs and I don't archive my .shn discs, so I have no more use for them.

If anyone wants to trade for them, let me know what you have!


moe.
3/4/01 Palace Theater - New Haven, CT

source: FOB/DFC 7th row - B&K 4021's>ad1000
transfered: tascam da20 mkII>za2>wav>shn using soundforge, and cdwav.

enjoy!
jimmy sellers


disc 1:
1.The Ghost of Ralph's Mom
2.Waiting For The Punchline
3.Can't Seem To Find
4.Captain America >
5.Mexico >
6.Happy Hour Hero*

disc 2:
1.Spaz Medicine*
2.Four* >
3.Rebubula**

disc 3:
1.The Faker >
2.Kids
3.Encore break:
4.Head

* With Jeff Petit of Yolk on saxophone.
** With Jeff Petit of Yolk on percussion.
Old 04-02-03, 01:25 AM
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Just wanted to recommend a couple of bands that most haven't heard of on this thing-Jump Little Children and Guster. This is the coolest website that I've seen in a while.
Old 04-02-03, 01:58 AM
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Guster's great. Saw them on Thursday.
Old 04-02-03, 06:35 AM
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Originally posted by stp115
This is the coolest website that I've seen in a while.
Between the archive, www.livephish.com, and www.gdlive.com, I've gone through two 50-packs of blank discs in the last month.

I've also been finding some great BitTorrent sites. I got an incredible sounding recording of the Billy Joel and Elton John 3-14-03 Face 2 Face show in South Carolina off www.phishhook.com.

I've just replaced DVDs as my hobby for a while. This is so much fun.
Old 04-21-03, 08:00 PM
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Originally posted by AndyCapps
Excellent. Nothing like being able to fire up Bulletproof FTP, queue up what you want, and walk away. It's just too bad they don't have the approval of John Mayer's management.
Saw this today, reminded me of this thread.

http://www.jmftps.com
Old 08-10-03, 03:37 PM
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If ever a thread deserved a good bumpin' after about 100 or so days, this is one....
Old 09-20-03, 04:32 PM
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Originally posted by emanon
If ever a thread deserved a good bumpin' after about 100 or so days, this is one....
Well, let's not let it go that long again!
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This site is growing more and more every day...

Are you all taking advantage?
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And my company is upgrading their ISDN(128K) internet connection to a cable modem. What timing!!! I guess the 100 CDRs I got for X-mas will be gone in no time. Big Head Todd - 9 shows, Gin Blossoms - 2 shows, Jack Johnson - 93 shows(whoa), Jason Mraz - 156(double whoa), Tim Reynolds, Maroon5 - 17 shows, Mason Jennings, Soul Coughing(excellent band), Tenacious D, and Toad the Wet Sprocket.

Looks like a have a new hobby on my hands.
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C_Fletch,

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If you're serious about a new hobby, that is...
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