Salzburg, Austria gig (17.8.06) to be broadcast on FM

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Tracey ®

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Post 31-Aug-2006 02:29

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Looks like Moz's complete gig from Salzburg, Austria on 17 Aug 06 will be broadcast on FM (and webcast as well) on 2 Sep 06.
See the "article" at Moz-solo.
http://www.morrissey-solo.com/article.pl?sid=06/08/30/1659216
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Post 01-Sep-2006 07:48 (after 1 day 5 hours)

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Thanks Tracey. Sounds good.
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Post 01-Sep-2006 21:47 (after 13 hours)

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the m3u streams are not working, or if so then only available to people living
in Austria??
i keep getting a 'max connections limit' on every connection.
shameful that in the year 2006 many still use below than average streaming technology.
the URL to the shitty 64k stream is available here...
mms://stream1.orf.at/fm4_live
Its not worth the capture via the web, so hopefully some kind soul will stay up till 12AM Sunday morning and record this directly from FM.
Thankfully its an average setlist, so I'm not concerned.
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Post 02-Sep-2006 14:19 (after 16 hours)

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i can get fm4 from air.
what is the best way to record it? and be aware that i am not very talented with computers and stuff like this ;-)
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Post 02-Sep-2006 15:05 (after 46 minutes)

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best way to record it would to record directly to CDR from a standalone recorder.
there is another way to capture it to your PC. you will need to do the following...
The connection is simply a cable running from either the audio out RCA jacks on your FM reciever or from the headphone jack (depending on which option is available).
Connect the cable to the Line In jack on your sound card, which is typically colored blue on most computers (avoid the red microphone jack, which adds power to the signal).
Here is a good guide.
http://www.jakeludington.com/ask_jake/20051101_pc_r...nd_fm_radio.html
Let me know if I can be any help. as its only a few more hours until the broadcast. Good Luck!!
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