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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby Vic » Sat Sep 25, 2004 11:41 pm

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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby Bazza » Mon Sep 27, 2004 6:41 pm

In drastic need of an update, here

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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby PWGLE » Tue Sep 28, 2004 10:11 pm

www.msweb.co.uk

currently undergoing a major redesign, the webhosting tools should be back online by friday....

any feedback welcomed..
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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby rmacd » Tue Sep 28, 2004 11:13 pm

ooh, er mine's www.ronkymac.com - I'm working on creating a dedicated music section at the moment, because I have it under 'Files' just now...

any comments appreciated...
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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby nickisme » Thu Sep 30, 2004 11:30 am

www.abundantrecords.co.uk

I'll have to check some of these sites out later when I get a chance - sounds like some cool stuff is going on...
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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby Guest » Thu Sep 30, 2004 4:36 pm

http://www.olifreke.com/

Plus my newest release is a Digital Download at TrackitDown.net, the largest (legal) dance music download site in the UK.

Listen to my track here (at #4 in the top sellers):
http://www.trackitdown.net/genre/hard_dance.html
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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby Rob C » Thu Sep 30, 2004 8:05 pm

Oli Freke wrote:...TrackitDown.net, the largest (legal) dance music download site in the UK...

Sounds unlikely Oli, but I'm prepared to be corrected. What's your measure of "largest"?
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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby Rob C » Thu Sep 30, 2004 9:31 pm

I had to look... trackitdown seem to have come from nowhere since August... what's the story? Do they advertise or is it word-of-mouth? I have to admit this is the first mention of them I've seen.
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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby Guest » Fri Oct 01, 2004 10:09 am

One of the main guys behind trackitdown.net is Ed Real who was the A&R for Nukleuz Records, which itself was pretty much the biggest hard dance label in the UK for about 6 years (think it's just folded though...)
So it's got credentials, and they seem to have a lot of the big labels of dance on there.

I think their proposal is much more directed at DJs than the 'consumer', and is a pretty compelling one - download a track, stick it on CD and play it out that evening, all for about a quarter of the price of a slice of vinyl.

I'll be sad to see vinyl go, but that's what it's looking like, at least for the smaller dance labels.
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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby Rob C » Fri Oct 01, 2004 10:23 am

Interesting Oli, thanks. How unhip am I, eh? 8-)
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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby Forum Admin » Fri Oct 01, 2004 1:04 pm

Vic, I happened to click on your link for some unknown reason and my immediate thought was "why are none of the images clickable links?".

Tip: Don't waste any opportunity on your site to make something clickable, as there is nothing worse for visitors, and the moment you scroll down the page on your site, you lose sight of the three yellow button links at the top right (well, on my screen you do).

Just my initial impressions.

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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby morphsville » Fri Oct 01, 2004 1:06 pm

www.morphsville.com

Due for a bit of a design update soon to conicide with our new album on the way.
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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby Forum Admin » Fri Oct 01, 2004 1:17 pm

Ronkymac wrote:ooh, er mine's www.ronkymac.com - I'm working on creating a dedicated music section at the moment, because I have it under 'Files' just now...

any comments appreciated...

Intrigued. What's "2.8GHz Dell running Windows XP with Cubase SX2 and Logic Sound Track 24"?
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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby rmacd » Fri Oct 01, 2004 3:06 pm

Forum Admin wrote:
Ronkymac wrote:ooh, er mine's www.ronkymac.com - I'm working on creating a dedicated music section at the moment, because I have it under 'Files' just now...

any comments appreciated...

Intrigued. What's "2.8GHz Dell running Windows XP with Cubase SX2 and Logic Sound Track 24"?

Lol, Logic ST24 came with the soundcard (STA C-Port)-- I was puzzled as to what it was as well, and it didn't come up with anything on Google, but it seems to look the same as logic... I'd love to hear from anyone else that uses it - so far I can't find anyone else on this forum has it...
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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

Postby Vic » Sun Oct 03, 2004 7:06 pm

Thanks for your input Ian.
I'll have get round to it,
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