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Favorite Sites for Disney MP3's?

Discussion in 'Archive' started by Gredo G., Mar 31, 2002.

  1. Gredo G.

    Gredo G. New Member

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    Just wondering what everyones favorite web sites are for Disney MP3's? I love The Sound of Magic's site. Lots of great Disney park audio. I also check alt.binaries.disney.multimedia on a regular basis. Anyone else's input?
     
  2. hosewater

    hosewater New Member

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    I second that vote for alt.binaries.multimedia.disney

    All you have to do is ask for something and 9 times out of 10 at least one person will post it for you! That's service.

    Sound of Magic is okay, but getting a little stale. I remember one time that Matt Orkin's site was pretty cool, but all the links are dead now and I didn't get all the files before they went down :-(

    Maybe if he is still around he could check out a.b.m.d.

    Heh heh

    EJ
     
  3. Gredo G.

    Gredo G. New Member

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    Which site was Matt Orkin's?
     
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    steamboatwillie New Member

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    Sorry for my ignorance, but how do you join alt.binaries.disney.multimedia? Thanks.
     
  6. hosewater

    hosewater New Member

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    First you need to find out the details of your Internet Service Provider's news server. Then you need to set up some news reader software. Outlook Express is a pretty good reader and a lot of people already have it. Add a new News account and enter the information about your server. After you are finished, it will download a list of all groups available. You will search through the names until you find alt.binaries.multimedia.disney and then subscribe to the group (either double-click or right click and select subscribe). Then download headers and let the fun begin!

    EJ
     
  7. Mugsy_Balone

    Mugsy_Balone New Member

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    If you want to use a newsreader that is better at binaries, you might try Agent: http://www.forteinc.com/main/homepage.php
    or Xnews (free - a bit of a learning curve, but works well): http://xnews.3dnews.net/
    or Newsbin: http://www.newsbin.com/

    I use all 3. They all support yenc, which you will see more and more of very soon, Outlook, as yet, does not.

    For Usenet service, if your ISP doesn't carry newsgroups or they suck, try EasyNews.com. It's $10/month or/6gigs, whichever comes first. 50 or so days retention (WOW!) and a really handy HTTP news function as well.

    Good Luck!
     

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