[fruityloops] Re: Where and how to post tunes

  • From: "Stuart Fryett" <Stuart.Fryett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 21 Feb 2003 09:53:50 -0000

You need to get yourself a domain!  You can sign up with someone like
Freeserve who will give you some webspace for nothing (other than the cost
of a local call and deluge you with adverts!)
As a temporary measure, if you mail me the track (mp3 preferably but I'm
broadband at work so I can take a .wav if you can!),  I'll happily post it
on my site at www.superlifter.co.uk, and you can post a link (something like
www.superlifter.co.uk/jimmij/fruity.mp3) to it in the CM Listening Lounge.
Alternatively, post this question on the CMForum, I think Magic does
hosting, as does Flip/FatMan/Lawrence...
Stu (xstux)
ps apologies to moderator for not being a strictly fruity thing!

-----Original Message-----
From: fruityloops-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:fruityloops-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Tim Jenkins
Sent: 21 February 2003 09:38
To: 'fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: [fruityloops] Where and how to post tunes

After doing this music stuff for a year and a half I have my first track at
a position where I would like feedback. It is on cd at the moment and I only
have internet access at work. How can I get this track on line so that it is
available for feedback. I use the computer music forum (under JimmiJ) so if
I can post it there that would be cool. But I don't know how to ?? also
maybe of the official FL site ??

Do I need to be able to host it form a PC online ?

I just need some basic advice as I haven't got to this position before?


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