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How do I get copies of this Music?

Post by Guest » Oct Sat 30, 2004 10:33 pm

Do you make CD's or have a pay service that you go through?

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Post by Vonderbach » Oct Sun 31, 2004 9:22 am

This music is copyrighted, and therefore cannot be sold from this site. Try Amazon.com, they have a nice selection of Disney theme park albums.

Also, please register and stick around. :)

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Post by js3901 » Oct Sun 31, 2004 11:40 am

Alot of the music is from the internet (download sites like Kazaa and such) or ripped from CDs. The CDs are/were bought in te parks at one time or another. in fact, the parks still sell some CDs (used to be you could mix your own, but now they're pre-mixed) in various places. Subsonic and Sockfire collected alot of it, but the users of the forum (and a few guests) have contributed various tracks from various places.

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download sites

Post by sockfire » Nov Mon 01, 2004 2:18 pm

I've never used Kazaa. I used to use Napster way back when, but I have since replaced all those files with album rips. http://www.extinct-attractions-club.com/ recently offered audio downloads. You can try there. Of course, you can find almost everything on Amazon or eBay.

Regardless, this is a radio station, not a file sharing site.

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Post by pgreger » Nov Mon 01, 2004 4:50 pm

sockfire wrote:Regardless, this is a radio station, not a file sharing site.
Oh... is that why it's called SUBSONICRADIO.COM????? :P

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Post by subsonic » Nov Tue 02, 2004 3:20 pm

I've been gone a week for Halloween to find the forums are running itself. Thanks for answers our Guest's questions for me folks!

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Post by AmBo » Nov Thu 11, 2004 1:00 pm

I actually came across this great selection of music called "Walt Disney World Forever". It is a collection of 1000+ songs, all from the parks and such. It's a WONDERFUL collection. :) I THINK Amazon used to carry the collection, but not sure anymore.

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Post by subsonic » Nov Thu 11, 2004 1:18 pm

Ambo
I got that now btw :)

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Post by MrToad » Nov Fri 12, 2004 12:59 pm

Try StreamRipper, they reccomended it to me one time in the chat and it works great, go to www.download.com and search streamripper, it's great. :)
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Post by subsonic » Nov Fri 12, 2004 2:40 pm

MrToad wrote:Try StreamRipper, they reccomended it to me one time in the chat and it works great, go to www.download.com and search streamripper, it's great. :)
viewtopic.php?p=2417#2417

Read this before ripping.

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Post by MrToad » Nov Fri 12, 2004 7:07 pm

subsonic wrote:
MrToad wrote:Try StreamRipper, they reccomended it to me one time in the chat and it works great, go to www.download.com and search streamripper, it's great. :)
viewtopic.php?p=2417#2417

Read this before ripping.

Yup, you just told me that in the chat, lol.
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How to buy some of this music

Post by sockfire » Nov Tue 23, 2004 12:42 pm

Everyone's always asking how to get copies of the tracks played on SubsonicRadio.com. Well, our friends over at http://www.extinct-attractions-club.com/ have put together a collection of CDs that contain a great mix of Disney Theme Park Audio.

Check them out and see if they have the tracks you are looking for here: http://www.extinct-attractions-club.com/audiostart.html

These guys also sell DVDs that have been mentioned and reviewed in other areas of the forums.

Maybe someday we'll set up a referral program with them, but for now, please just mention that SubsonicRadio sent you.




:arrow: Now, no more questions about downloading the music! :evil:

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Post by rudekick » Nov Tue 23, 2004 4:47 pm

subsonic wrote:
MrToad wrote:Try StreamRipper, they reccomended it to me one time in the chat and it works great, go to www.download.com and search streamripper, it's great. :)
viewtopic.php?p=2417#2417

Read this before ripping.
There seems to be some conflicting information on the website...

Is ripping banned OUTRIGHT or is it only banned when the server is full?

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Post by subsonic » Nov Tue 23, 2004 5:02 pm

Yes, there is some conflicting info. It is not allowed anymore.
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Post by MrToad » Dec Thu 09, 2004 6:01 pm

subsonic wrote:Yes, there is some conflicting info. It is not allowed anymore.

:shock: No one is allowed to rip now? Why did you change it? Even if it's just one song?
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