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Fred Rogan


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Post Posted 7 Jan 2017 8:40 am     Reply with quote

And by best, I mean simplest.
I have a Boss BR 1600 that I had not touched in about 10 years until recently. I have recorded some things I just want to share with friends now and was wondering, other than burning a cd for them, what is the best way to share this? I am thinking I have seen sites that allow you to upload a music file so that you can send a link to anyone you want to share with. But - I don't remember those sites or where I saw them.
BTW - I was thrilled with the way my Sho-Bud LDG played through a Roland Cube 80x and recorded with a SM 58 sounded. Captured that glassy, crisp Sho-Bud sound.
thanks for your help!
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Larry Carlson


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Post Posted 7 Jan 2017 9:25 am     Reply with quote

I share one of two ways.
I record the song, convert it to an mp3 and then email it to whomever.

I record the song, convert it to mp3 and upload it to picosong and then tell the person the url and where it is.
It's free and easy to use and you can store it there forever.
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Fred Rogan


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Post Posted 7 Jan 2017 10:19 am     Reply with quote

that's what I am talking about. Thank you Larry!
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Michael Maddex


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Post Posted 7 Jan 2017 1:24 pm     Reply with quote

I like picosong, too. People can listen to your file on the site or download it to their computers or phones. Uploads are free, but there are two things to remember if you use the site. One, unlike most sites, the picosong URL is case-sensitive. Two, when you upload the song, they give you a URL to edit or delete your song. Be sure to save that URL as I know of no way to get that that info later.
Here's one of mine: http://picosong.com/j6f

HTH. Have Fun! Enjoy!
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Fred Rogan


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Post Posted 9 Jan 2017 5:33 am     Reply with quote

Thanks again Larry and Michael.
I used it and it could not have been simpler. Great site!
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Robert Tripp


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Post Posted 31 Jan 2017 6:24 am     Reply with quote

Reverbnation.com is another place to store and share.
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Fred Rogan


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Post Posted 31 Jan 2017 8:23 am     Reply with quote

ok, here is my effort. this was done on my Boss BR 1600.
http://picosong.com/rFcj/
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Tony Prior


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Post Posted 1 Feb 2017 3:24 am     Reply with quote

You can also get a free SOUNDCLOUD account

https://soundcloud.com/

Upload your song then just tell everyone where it is or post a link .


Just keep in mind that when you UPLOAD a song to ANY of the streaming sites, it is reduced to an MP3 with a max of 16KHZ hi end. If possible UPLOAD a wav file to allow for a better quality .
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