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Also check out the Hardkiss mix I uploaded it’s the Shiznit !!! RIP Scott

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will check it out

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JPS - Retro Trance Vol.1

  • Title: JPS - Retro Trance Vol.1
  • Artist: JPS
  • Length: 70:33 minutes (64.59 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
Style of Music: 

A trance mix with a driving groove featuring tracks from yesteryear either in original or remixed form. Party like its 1999! Hope you like :-)

Tracklist:

1. Mauro Picotto - Pegasus (Tea Remix)
2. Paganini Trax - Zoe (Original Mix)
3. Ambassador - Fade (Original)
4. Oliver Lieb - Substraumstimulation
5. Yves De Ruyter - Feel Free (2007 mix)
6. Push - Universal Nation (Ferry Corsten Mix)
7. Binary Finary - 1998 (Ronski Speed Mix)
8. Neal Scarborough - Madagascar (Sophie Sugar Mix)
9. Marc Dawn - Expander (Flutlicht Mix)
10. Bruno Fergani - Combined Forces
11. Freebase - Broken (Fire & Ice Mix)
12. Mauro Picotto - Lizard (Original Megavoices Mix)
13. Fragma - Toca Me (Original Club Mix)

Rating Average: 8.6 (5 votes)



Comments

given the choice I would

given the choice I would rather have any O/S other than Vista, this smacks of other basket cases in the Windows repetoire ... 98, Millenium edition. Personally I use Linux (Ubuntu) as my primary O/S and it does more than I ask on 11 year old kit. I have XP on a dual boot eee netbook but thats only for one application that isn't ported to Windows.

I don't envy you having vista or having to use it. At work we use it in a corporate banking enviroinment and with the latest small form factor H/W and its still a slow,sloppy and lousy O/S.

Even if its a new machine/laptop, most big vendors provide H/W drivers that work in XP as I've built numerous hp,compaq, acer & toshiba laptops for friends all with XP.

Microsoft should stick to what they are good at, gaming short and simple!

RE: Vista. Agreed, there's

RE: Vista. Agreed, there's nothing about Vista that I particulary like, but it came installed on the PC when I bought it. I did request at the time for XP but wasnt available through where I was getting it, and as it was bought for cost price I couldnt complain too much..

Not being especially PC technically minded can I install XP myself without any problems?

specialhands I seem to

specialhands I seem to remember trying to install/configure audacity on my friends laptop and had a similar problem (and or input sources selection as well). I think with vista/MS they locked some functionality down, hence the issues you maybe having.

The only workaround (recommended to him regardless) I managed was to rebuild his laptop with XP as Vista I wouldn't credit as being a usable/worthy O/S.

Audacity

Cheers, I did try but it still doesn't let me change anything. Wont give me the option.

I use v1.3 on Vista.

Audacity 1.26

Specialhands, I use the above version of Audacity and to change the bitrate go to:-

Edit
Preferences

Then go-to 3rd tab:- "File Formats"

Look for "MP3 Export Setup" and change accordingly to whatever bitrate from the drop down menu,

enjoy!!!

Cheers fella

Been digging through all my old stuff recently and thought I should do a series of old school mixes...

As for the bitrate, I record to the PC directly using Audacity and cant seem to change it from 128kbps. If anyone else uses that and knows of a way to set it higher then give us a shout. Ta.

This takes me back

....many many good times had listening to these tunes :-D

Does what it says on the tin too!

Thanks

(you not able to upload anything with a higher bit rate?)