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post #391 of 402
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Originally Posted by Sirfalot View Post
 

There was a hifi show last weekend in the UK and as a promo Quobuz are offering a free album specially put together for the show.

 

Download The Sound & Vision, The Bristol Show Qobuz 24 Hi-Res Album http://www.qobuz.com/discover Enter: BRISTOL2015

 

Good compilation, Had to use a vpn to register though.

post #392 of 402
UK only code?
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Originally Posted by Sirfalot View Post

There was a hifi show last weekend in the UK and as a promo Quobuz are offering a free album specially put together for the show.

Download The Sound & Vision, The Bristol Show Qobuz 24 Hi-Res Album http://www.qobuz.com/discover Enter: BRISTOL2015
post #393 of 402
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Originally Posted by Soundsgoodtome View Post

UK only code?

no... worked for me out of UK and without VPN. 

post #394 of 402

Yeah I got this to work but it was a bit of a pain. When the pop in window told me they don't provide service to USA and asked for my email address, I just clicked off to the side and made it go away and pasted the code into the box asking for one. Then I had to sign up and install a french downloader program similar to the one from Amazon.

 

Just noticed there is a link to download without the downloader which allows you to download a zip or individual files.

post #395 of 402

I am happy to find this site.  I am mainly looking for classical performances in hi fi quality files.  I have even more questions about equipment to play the files.

 

Thanks, great thread

post #396 of 402
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Originally Posted by eyeheych View Post
 

http://noisetrade.com/duologue/song-dance

Hey guys, stumbled on this gem while listening through spotify. These guys are something special. Vibes of experimental/indie/electronica/rock. Though cant find em in FLAC format :( 

 

Thanks! Even though that is not in flac, I'm glad that you were a bad boy/girl and posted it, because even though I'm only a few songs through that album, I am indeed enjoying it very much! :-)

 

Edit: holy smokes, just hit that "Cut and Run" track. Very cool.

post #397 of 402
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Originally Posted by starfly View Post
 

 

Man, you always know how to find the good stuff on bandcamp! I love these types of ambient soundscapes, makes you forget for a minute that you're on this blue sphere called Earth :)


Downloading now!

Thanks for the tip.

post #398 of 402

I do not understand why it is sooooo important to get downloads for free?

After all these prices are pretty low too at Bandcamp.

After all these guys have worked hard to create the music we enjoy.

Being a musician is a job not a hobby.

post #399 of 402
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Originally Posted by Troisanneaux View Post

I do not understand why it is sooooo important to get downloads for free?
After all these prices are pretty low too at Bandcamp.
After all these guys have worked hard to create the music we enjoy.
Being a musician is a job not a hobby.

World-wide distribution is free, as well. Try the old model on for size and see what it costs to reach 1/10000 of the audience.
post #400 of 402
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Originally Posted by Troisanneaux View Post
 

I do not understand why it is sooooo important to get downloads for free?

After all these prices are pretty low too at Bandcamp.

After all these guys have worked hard to create the music we enjoy.

Being a musician is a job not a hobby.

 

We're not trying to scam the musicians here.

Most of these musicians are putting their music up for free as a means to promote themselves. One of the best examples being kevin macleod, whom is nearing monopoly on youtubers using his music. Now he's in a comfortable spree of commissions, and he still releases free "royalty free" music for the masses. Broke for Free also has exclusively free albums, not *pay what you want*, and he's getting a decent amount of exposure.

 

My main issue with *completely free* albums on bandcamp is that it generally prevents me from purchasing, and accessing it through my bandcamp app. Slight inconvenience.

 

This is also an important rule in this forum that you reminded us of: That the source of the download is from a legal source, and is not in any way violating any agreements the musician has made, as to how the music is distributed and acquired.

 

What annoys me more however, are people selling digital albums for $1 less than a physical copy with free delivery.

post #401 of 402

Just found this label recently.  Two EP's and two compilations.  All various flavors of electronic music for your listening enjoyment.  I'd give more detail but I haven't given any particular album much listening time since I just found them.

 

https://pileratsrecords.bandcamp.com/

post #402 of 402


https://willdrivingwest.bandcamp.com/album/50-covers

50 [Covers] by Will Driving West. It's actually 31 covers. All acoustic, fun takes on popular songs, clever arrangements, very good recording quality. A great listen; just sucks you in. One of my personal favorites.
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