Well, i was at Juno Download tracking some names of old school jungle ( im big fan of early bass music) and found ambient, drone, experimental and industrial categories . I always thought its was an only dance floor oriented music store ( ie at Beatport there isn't ambient) but i was wrong. Everything its perfectly organized, by genres, artists, labels , bpm (lol at beatless music) , dates, best selllers, bad sellers, and so and so ,of course there are also previews You can buy at 192KB/S MP3, 320KB/S MP3 , WAV , FLAC , ALAC, AIFF formats also whole albums or single tracks. All prices are in english pounds.
If you are interested here are some links to check:
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DarkAmbient 24 Sep : 11:56 For the time being, I carry on with a virtualBoxed Windwos and SamBroadcaster but I wrote a note about your recommendations for the time I finally switch to GNU/Linux.
DarkAmbient 24 Sep : 11:51 @Bebop420 Thanks! IDJC seems interesting. I hope that I have solved the problem though. The USB stick with the media files seems to have a defect. Hope, the external hd does a better job now.
Bebop420 24 Sep : 02:36 Sorry about the multiple messages i don't lnow why that happened. Libretime and AzuraCast were also recommended to me.
Bebop420 24 Sep : 02:34 have you found a broadcasting software in linux that you can use? Never trust wine its too subject to glitch and whimsy. I would recommend Internet DJ Console and Rivendell but RadioTools Airpro intr
Bebop420 24 Sep : 02:32 have you found a broadcasting software in linux that you can use? Never trust wine its too subject to glitch and whimsy. I would recommend Internet DJ Console and Rivendell but RadioTools Airpro intr