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Sasha & Digweed - Essential Mix from Miami

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I crossed this in Vic's thread on d/l music help, but just to let u all know:

This EM was supposedly one of the best all time. To hear some reviews, here's a site: http://www.tracklistings.org/broadbybid.php?s=em&bid=466

The first half is people complaining, something about the "queen's mum" died and they didn't broadcast it on Radio 1 the other weekend like they normally do, so it was broadcast this past weekend. But the second half is what u should read....

To get the mix, you can go to the link Vic posted http://d2k.dedserver.org/index2.php. This is a site u should have bookmarked anyways, an incredible site for d/ling new sets.

Anyhow, it's a live set from Miami at the WMC and I wasn't there, nor have I heard it yet, but I thought I'd let u all know, especially since they'll be intown Sunday night. My advice is to download this set now, listen to it all week, and get ready to go bananas Sunday night! Spread the music.....

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oh yea, the setlist:

01. Tijuana - Groove is in the Air (Moonface unreleased remix)

02. The Low End Specialists - Smoked Piece

03. ID

04. Moby - We R All Made Of Stars (Timo's mix)

05. Yunus - Lullaby

06. Shmuel Flash - Chilling Moments (Bedrock remix)

07. Yunus - Red Pilot

08. Adam dived - Headfirst

09. Solid Sessions - Janiero (James Holden Mix)

10. James Holden - Nothing

11. Deceptions - Eastern Promise

12. Chimera - Just Wanna Do My Thing

13. Moby - We R All Made of Stars (Timo's mix)

14. Unknown - One for the Road

15. Flash - Hazy March

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FILE 01-sasha_and_digweed_-_essential_mix_at_id-t_radio_04-06-2002-mim-dj2k.x2.nu.mp3 MP3

TRACK 01 AUDIO

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 02 AUDIO

INDEX 01 01:18:00

TRACK 03 AUDIO

INDEX 01 08:35:00

TRACK 04 AUDIO

INDEX 01 17:03:00

TRACK 05 AUDIO

INDEX 01 24:11:00

TRACK 06 AUDIO

INDEX 01 30:14:00

TRACK 07 AUDIO

INDEX 01 38:03:00

TRACK 08 AUDIO

INDEX 01 56:17:00

FILE 02-sasha_and_digweed_-_essential_mix_at_id-t_radio_04-06-2002-mim-dj2k.x2.nu.mp3 MP3

TRACK 01 AUDIO

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 02 AUDIO

INDEX 01 07:24:00

TRACK 03 AUDIO

INDEX 01 14:29:00

TRACK 04 AUDIO

INDEX 01 23:38:00

TRACK 05 AUDIO

INDEX 01 32:15:00

TRACK 06 AUDIO

INDEX 01 39:29:00

TRACK 07 AUDIO

INDEX 01 46:06:00

01. Tijuana - Groove is in the Air (Moonface unreleased remix)

02. The Low End Specialists - Smoked Piece

03. Tom Mengen - Chutney (Bedrock Edit)

04. Moby - We R All Made Of Stars (? mix)

05. Yunus - Lullaby

06. Shmuel Flash - Chilling Moments (Bedrock Dub)

07. Yunus - Red Pilot

08. Adam dived - Headfirst (On The B Side Of ?Into Being?)

09. Solid Sessions - Janiero (James Holden Mix)

10. James Holden - Nothing

11. Deceptions - Eastern Promise

12. Chimera - Just Wanna Do My Thing (Original Mix)

13. Moby - We R All Made of Stars (? mix)

14. Nosmo & Krispy - One for the Road

15. Flash - Hazy March

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question - i've never actually used the cue sheets...how does it work? does it split the mp3 files into the individual tracks? the prob w/ that is splitting the one file into the indiv tracks is that when i upload it into my mp3 player, it now thinks the one set is a bunch of smaller tracks...do u get what i mean?

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Originally posted by MadamMillie

question - i've never actually used the cue sheets...how does it work? does it split the mp3 files into the individual tracks? the prob w/ that is splitting the one file into the indiv tracks is that when i upload it into my mp3 player, it now thinks the one set is a bunch of smaller tracks...do u get what i mean?

I get what u mean. First when you download the set, you should combine the entire first set together into one mp3 file, and the same with the second set. You do this by d/l the hjsplit program from the website (very easy to use, and a very small, simple program). Then you have 1 file for each set. When you go to burn the CD, you have the cue file in the same directory as that file, and you need a burner program that allows you to upload cue sheets. When you tell it to use the cue sheet, it automatically searches for it in that directory, and will separate the 1st file into individual songs at those specific points.

As for your mp3 player, you can just upload the 1st set in its entirety and listen to it all the way through by using that hjsplit, if that's what u want to do....

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Originally posted by MadamMillie

question - i've never actually used the cue sheets...how does it work? does it split the mp3 files into the individual tracks? the prob w/ that is splitting the one file into the indiv tracks is that when i upload it into my mp3 player, it now thinks the one set is a bunch of smaller tracks...do u get what i mean?

do you mean that there is like a small pause between each track?

i dont know how the cue sheets work, but on some CD's that a few friends burned for me some time ago, there is like a small pause between each track and it is a bit annoying, 'cos you cant listen the whole transition from one track to another.

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Originally posted by MadamMillie

yah, i;ve been using the d2k site for a long time, and use hj split and all that. my question really is, since i don't burn these sets to cd but rather upload to my mp3 player, there's no point in using the cue sheets, yah?

right, well, unless you want to be able to skip to a certain song, as you would with say a GU release. If you always just want to start from the beginning of the set and have to "fast forward" through 25 minutes to get to a song, then no, you don't need the cue sheets. If you want to skip to the song, it's a nice convienence.

I also agree with crank/vic, if you can figure out how to set the pause time to zero, you should. It does get annoying if you are jamming to a song, and then there's 2 seconds of silence, and then it picks up right where it left off....

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Originally posted by andre9000

right, well, unless you want to be able to skip to a certain song, as you would with say a GU release. If you always just want to start from the beginning of the set and have to "fast forward" through 25 minutes to get to a song, then no, you don't need the cue sheets. If you want to skip to the song, it's a nice convienence.

I also agree with crank/vic, if you can figure out how to set the pause time to zero, you should. It does get annoying if you are jamming to a song, and then there's 2 seconds of silence, and then it picks up right where it left off....

ok, lemme get this straight - the cue sheet effectively splits the single mp3 files into multiple individual mp3 files, right? so in my mp3 player, it'll think all these mp3 files are separate and wouldn't play them together unless i put it together in a playlist, right?

also, the pause thing wouldn't apply to me b/c again, i'm not burning to cd

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Originally posted by andre9000

I get what u mean. First when you download the set, you should combine the entire first set together into one mp3 file, and the same with the second set. You do this by d/l the hjsplit program from the website (very easy to use, and a very small, simple program). Then you have 1 file for each set. When you go to burn the CD, you have the cue file in the same directory as that file, and you need a burner program that allows you to upload cue sheets. When you tell it to use the cue sheet, it automatically searches for it in that directory, and will separate the 1st file into individual songs at those specific points.

As for your mp3 player, you can just upload the 1st set in its entirety and listen to it all the way through by using that hjsplit, if that's what u want to do....

I feel so computer dumb right now it's not funny:confused: :blank:

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