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Becka

posted on 22-5-2006 at 19:42

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Originally posted by if_only_ralph_were_real

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Originally posted by Becka

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When the file has downloaded it will appear as a mysterious file and you need to type '.mp3' after the name so it opens as an mp3 rather than an anonymous file.

When I`ve downloaded them before, they automatically get saved as mp3s. I`ve never needed to type that into the file name.


Thye used to do that for me, but for the past few weeks they haven't :(

Aaah, I haven`t downloaded anything off there for a while.


if_only_ralph_were_real

posted on 22-5-2006 at 18:28

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

Quote:
Originally posted by if_only_ralph_were_real

When the file has downloaded it will appear as a mysterious file and you need to type '.mp3' after the name so it opens as an mp3 rather than an anonymous file.

When I`ve downloaded them before, they automatically get saved as mp3s. I`ve never needed to type that into the file name.


Thye used to do that for me, but for the past few weeks they haven't :(


Becka

posted on 22-5-2006 at 18:21

Quote:
Originally posted by if_only_ralph_were_real

When the file has downloaded it will appear as a mysterious file and you need to type '.mp3' after the name so it opens as an mp3 rather than an anonymous file.

When I`ve downloaded them before, they automatically get saved as mp3s. I`ve never needed to type that into the file name.


MR CHATTERBOX

posted on 21-5-2006 at 14:22

Yes more often than not, bands only have one track you are able to download and they take it away after awhile. I'm assuming this Total Recorder, lets you copy the track. I find the myspace streamed tracks to be of low sound quality so not worth recording and keeping on your hard drive.


BassMatt

posted on 20-5-2006 at 18:23

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Originally posted by if_only_ralph_were_real

It should say download under the song name in the music player, click on that and it should automatically download.

When the file has downloaded it will appear as a mysterious file and you need to type '.mp3' after the name so it opens as an mp3 rather than an anonymous file.

EDIT: There is probably some better way of saying this, perhaps using the proper names for things..

[Edited on 20-5-2006 by if_only_ralph_were_real]


You can only do this if the band has enabled downloads of their tracks, I think. Other than that, I guess something like Total Recorder would do the job?


if_only_ralph_were_real

posted on 20-5-2006 at 17:32

It should say download under the song name in the music player, click on that and it should automatically download.

When the file has downloaded it will appear as a mysterious file and you need to type '.mp3' after the name so it opens as an mp3 rather than an anonymous file.

EDIT: There is probably some better way of saying this, perhaps using the proper names for things..

[Edited on 20-5-2006 by if_only_ralph_were_real]


RadioEd

posted on 20-5-2006 at 17:27

anyone know how?






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