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    Other ways to get your music except private trackers v2

    Sbfreak: Got banned on every music tracker?All hope lost??Did you get kicked out of your house by your wife because of that?
    anon: WT..not again...no.Why do you ask?
    Sbfreak:Nothing.I just needed a funny way to start the thread.You can alt+tab and continue watching pr0n now.Thanks for the support
    anon:....*alt+tab*
    Code:
    Let me start by saying this.How many times did your search for your
     music on google back in the days you didn't know so much about 
    torrents or private trackers?? 
    Remember?? song_name by name_artist free mp3 download .Sometimes it 
    worked..sometimes it didn't.
    Personally I recall searching for songs on google a lot.
    That's till someone told me about searching on "www.torrentz.com"
    "Yeah with z"  he said.
    Shortly after that I remember joining my first private music tracker:
    waffles.fm.
    Several weeks passed and my ratio got low.
    My thirst thought was:"Hey why not use Greedy Torrent?Worked on FL.ro 
    so it should work here too."
    That's how my first ban occurred.
    After that I started searching for new ways to get my music.
    First of all remember that in order to listen to music you don't necessarily need to download it.There many online streaming music sites that can cover one's needs.
    Here's a list of the most well-known:


    Grooveshark:

    Code:
    http://listen.grooveshark.com/
    Grooveshark is a revolutionary music community that rewards users for sharing their music. Grooveshark was founded by three University of Florida students hell-bent on changing the music industry, and the world, forever. Groovesharks goal is to compensate everyone in the value chain – from users to rights holders.
    Jamendo:
    Code:
    http://www.jamendo.com/en/
    Jamendo is a community of free, legal and unlimited music published under Creative Commons licenses. Share your music, download your favorite artists!
    Deezer:
    Code:
    http://www.deezer.com/en/
    Deezer is a free streaming music service. You are able to create playlists, listen to Deezers online radio and view your listening history.
    Musicovery
    Code:
    http://www.musicovery.com/
    Musicovery is an online radio that allow to choose mood of music
    Songza
    Code:
    http://songza.us/
    Songza is the easiest way to search for, stream and share any song. For free. To help keep your music fresh and portable, you can add any songs to your Songza playlist, which you can access from any computer.
    Jango
    Code:
    http://www.jango.com/
    Jango internet radio is all about making online music free, easy and fun. Just type in an artist, and your first free internet radio station starts playing right away. You'll get the free online music you want, along with similar favorites of Jango users who share your taste. Customizing your free online radio stations further is just as easy. Just add more artists and rate songs that you want to play more or less
    Amie Street
    Code:
    http://amiestreet.com/
    Amie Street offers tons of free music to listen to or download
    Imeem
    Code:
    http://music.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=music&user=imeem
    It's a free to use web app to listen songs from their database. The database is quite large, and You don't have to register to listen to the songs. Registration is required for creating personal playlists, giving comments etc.
    Jiwa:
    Code:
    http://www.jiwa.fm/
    Jiwa is a free legal online platform to listen to music and create playlists
    we7
    Code:
    http://www.we7.com/
    we7 is an outstanding new music destination where you can listen to, share and discover music for FREE, legally and safely. You choose the music you want to hear and play full songs and albums online, on-demand at anytime. We also offer you the ability to buy the music you love in high quality mp3 downloads which you can play on iPods and most other digital players.
    Stereomood:
    Code:
    http://www.stereomood.com/
    stereomood is a free emotional internet radio that suggests to me the music that best suits my mood and my daily activities. it's much more than an online radio, it's a tool a tool to share emotions through the music
    Dilandau
    Code:
    http://www.dilandau.com/download_music/
    Download and listen to music
    radiotuna
    Code:
    http://radiotuna.com/
    Real-time search for free online radio. Choose from thousands of free internet radio stations, listen to free music without downloading. Discover free online radio!
    mufin
    Code:
    http://www.mufin.com/
    Simply music! Discover new sounds with mufin - your music discovery engine The free mufin player is the first music player to know the actual sound of your music collection to let you discover, manage, and listen to your music better. The mufin player helps you discover new music easier, create playlists automatically, or repair MP3s – and much more, of course!
    finetune
    Code:
    http://www.finetune.com/
    A revolutionary online music service where you can discover new music, create playlists, and organize your favorite artists and albums using descriptive tags. FREE unlimited listening with no download or subscription required
    Booster
    Code:
    http://www.boostermp3.com/
    New online MP3 finder that lets you search, stream and download almost any song you want. The site has simple and clean design without any annoying banners. To find a song, just type in the name of the artist or song and Booster will get you a list of results, along with an option to download and play each track.
    Tunerec
    Code:
    http://tunerec.com/
    Tunerec is a platform that helps you create your own music library with several million tracks available to you on demand.
    Tunerec is a music service that automatically records songs from about 300 Internet radio stations for you, tags them, and makes them available for streaming through an iTunes-like web interface. Tunerec, which is based in Sweden, also features some social networking functions, including the ability to follow other users and share playlists with your friends. As the music has to be recorded first, it takes a while for your playlist to be populated.

    MixTape.me
    Code:
    http://mixtape.me/
    The internet makes it easy to share anything with anyone across the globe in a heartbeat; it's about time music joined the party.
    Cllct
    Code:
    http://www.cllct.com/
    Cllct, or the Collective Family, is an online music sharing and community website. The community is based entirely upon free, user-submitted music licensed under Creative Commons Licenses and made up of people who want to show their music, not sell it. All music is free to download and share
    JukeFly
    Code:
    http://www.jukefly.com/
    JukeFly is a place to listen to music. Stream it from your personal music library or listen to YouTube videos played from a huge community of playlists. Listen to free music and play your own music from anywhere in the world.
    Others worth mentioning:
    Code:
    http://www.verned.com/
    http://www.playlist.com/
    http://skreemr.com/
    http://shoutcast.com/
    http://www.fliis.com/

    Now that we went together through all these online music streaming services I'm pretty sure you found one you like.Now onto the second part of this thread.
    Downloading music from the net.

    1.The most raw and primitive way is searching on google.I guess you know how to search on google right?.But just so you know..google piracy evolved.
    You might wanna try one of these:
    --Google Pirate v2 Extended
    Code:
    http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/65708
    Use Google to find free music, tv shows, movies, anime, torrents, comics, books and other files stored publicly online.
    It has broadened search results compared to normal Google Pirate. Most of Google Pirate's results are based on FTP results, this version finds both, FTP and websites listing DDL links (i.e. Megaupload or Rapidshare). It also has a few new categories...
    It needs a bit of tweaking, but i feel it gives out more relevant search results for what you're looking for. Check back for newer versions

    --googlehacks
    Code:
    http://code.google.com/p/googlehacks/
    Google Hacks is a compilation of carefully crafted Google searches that expose novel functionality from Google's search and map services. For example, you can use it to view a timeline of your search results, view a map, search for music, search for books, and perform many other specific kinds of searches. You can also use this program to use google as a proxy.

    2.Another option is searching for your song on specialized sites that host mp3 files available for download.Here's a handful of them:
    Code:
    http://beemp3.com/
    http://www.seekasong.com/
    http://mp3realm.org/
    http://www.emp3world.com/
    http://www.mp3raid.com/
    http://www.mp3fusion.net
    http://soulseekrecords.org/
    3.Ever heard of rapidshare??RapidShare is the world leader in one-click file hosting arena, despite being the most popular file-sharing service rapidshare.com lacks file search feature, the only reason I can assume they lack this feature is to avoid searching of copyrighted files by their legal owners getting illegally distributed by this pirate friendly file-hosting service. Nevertheless, their exist many services which allow you to search files hosted on rapidshare.com and other major file-sharing services like Megaupload.com, these free file search engines can be used to search for links of software, movies, music and ebooks hosted on rapidshare and similar services.
    Here are some rapidshare search engines you should use.
    Code:
    http://rapidshare-search-engine.com/
    http://www.rapidshare1.com/
    http://www.rapidsharelink.com/
    http://www.c3k.net/
    http://www.filestube.com/
    http://filefab.com/
    http://www.searchshared.com/
    http://www.oneclickfiles.com/
    4.The fourth method is FTP downloading.I will not cover this because it's already fully covered here.FTP dump sites available in the article.
    Code:
    http://filesharefreak.com/2009/03/31/active-list-of-ftp-dump-sites-for-warez-and-music/
    5.The fifth method is Soulseek.A unique ad-free, spyware free, and just plain free file sharing application that can help you find rare or individual tracks.
    Code:
    http://www.slsknet.org/
    6.Ares Galaxy is an open source P2P file sharing application that uses its own decentralized supernode/leaf network. It was spun-off from the Gnutella network in 2002, and is currently hosted on SourceForge.net. Ares Galaxy has a simple, quick access interface with a built in audio/video viewer. The latest versions also support the BitTorrent protocol and Shoutcast radio stations.
    More info and details in this thread made by anon:
    Code:
    http://www.sb-innovation.de/f93/ares-galaxy-3634/#post24318
    7.eMule is a free peer-to-peer file sharing application for Microsoft Windows. Started in May 2002 as an alternative to eDonkey2000, eMule now connects to both the eDonkey network and the Kad network. The distinguishing features of eMule are the direct exchange of sources between client nodes, fast recovery of corrupted downloads, and the use of a credit system to reward frequent uploaders. Furthermore, eMule transmits data in zlib-compressed form to save bandwidth.
    For more info see wiki and offical page:
    Code:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EMule
    http://www.emule-project.net
    8.Torrent indexers are very helpful to banned music lovers.One awesome torrent indexer that's only for music is coda.fm.You can find a full review here.
    You can also use other tracker indexers like:
    Code:
    http://torrentz.com/
    http://btjunkie.org/
    http://www.kickasstorrents.com/
    9.
    is a proprietary peer-to-peer music streaming service that allows instant listening to specific tracks or albums, with virtually no buffering delay.Music can be browsed by artist, by album, by record label or by created playlists as well as by direct searches. A link allows the listener to purchase selected material via partner retailers. The service is currently only available from IP addresses assigned to providers in Sweden, Spain, Norway, Finland, the United Kingdom and France, although after signing up it can be used from any country.
    Code:
    http://www.spotify.com/
    Ripping music from Spotify using Spotify Ripper
    Code:
    http://www.spotifyripping.com/?page_id=192
    and many others.Plus let's not forget about the awesome private tracker: Demonoid.com.

    Those who love linux should also take a look at this article.It features two nice tools and a how-to download videos from youtube tutorial.
    Code:
    http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2010/02/download-myspace-music-ubuntu.html
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    I hope this was helpful.Any suggestions and new ways to get your music are welcome.
    Credits:
    go to all members who participated in v1
    and me for compiling and adding new information.
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    Got banned on every music tracker?
    Actually I'm dual-wielding What and Waffles accounts.

    Nice try, though.

    ---------- Post added at 19:35 ---------- Previous post was at 19:29 ----------

    You're forgetting GoEar.com and Ares.

    Also, Rapidshare knows it's used for piracy - who the hell would pay 50 euro for unlimited access to their family photos?
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    I couldn't find any ares good links and the one you posted in v1 was not working.
    And goear - Where music lives is in Spanish.I posted only English sites.
    Is it a online streaming service or a mp3 site?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBfreak View Post
    I couldn't find any ares good link and the one you posted in that thread was not working.
    Perhaps I'll attach the unofficial version to the Ares thread here.

    And goear - Where music lives is in Spanish.
    That's really weird, last time I used it it was multilanguage...

    But that was last year.

    And just for the record, it's an steaming site.

    ---------- Post added at 19:46 ---------- Previous post was at 19:44 ----------

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    I edited my post.I don't know of any ares thread.
    Here's your post:
    http://www.sb-innovation.de/f232/oth...99/#post104666
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    Awesome.Can I add the link to the first post?
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    Sure, I'm updating it was we speak.
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    Sure, I'm updating it was we speak.
    Sorry for misunderstanding? The ares thread or this one?
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    The Ares one.
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    First post updated.Should I add anything else?
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    Maybe eMule? MiCRON suggested that today.

    I used it a lot for single tracks until I found Ares.
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    Maybe you should edit my post.I don't know a thing about eMule.Any eMule tutorials on our forum??
    Also I'm going to add all the info from here.It's very useful to linux users.
    http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2010/02/d...ic-ubuntu.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBfreak View Post
    Any eMule tutorials on our forum??
    No, unless you consider this and shoulder's post on how to associate eD2K links under Vista:
    http://www.sb-innovation.de/f59/guid...der-does-7284/

    But emule-project.net has lots of info.
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    I think it's complete now.
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