Thanks for getting back to me. My browser is Safari.
what browser are you using? I find that safari and firefox handle it quite differently.
I seem to be having difficulty downloading the the MP3 downloads.
Is it because I have a Mac?
How exactly do you go about it?
...shall we go, you and I while we can...
Could you please let me know how I might send an e-mail to David Lemeiux? It's private and I'd prefer not to post it. Thank You for your help.
I just saw your post in there, tphokie1. Page three of Families>We've All Got 'Em. is that the one you were looking for? it's from about 2 pm on July 3.
I made a post in the families forum on July 3. It was there later in the day as I logged on to let my wife read it. Today (July 4) I went back to the forum to read any new posts and my post was not there. I'm not very computer savvy, but am curious has to how and why this happened. Thanks so much for any enlightenment on this.
I am sure many would share my sentiments. I have enjoyed the new site thus far, the Tapers Section is great, met a few new people already, I'm sure it will only continue to grow.
are being duly forwarded to the Store folks!
Thanks for the info. It just seems foolish to me that the Download Series is no longer available, hopefully it is short term and will return. Ratdog, Gov't Mule, Phish, Widespread Panic, and many more all have downloads for sale on their sites, seems like it would be purely a cost effective profit maker as there is no hard product to manufacture, ship, etc. I saw a posting on here the other day by someone that said "alot of Heads he knew are in fact dead", given that statement and the fact that we all are getting older, common sense would tell you that there are less of us today than there was 10 years ago, the longer it takes to get the music out there, the fewer sales there ultimately will be. Don't get me wrong, I am ecstatic every time a new archive release comes out like Three from the Vault, and I do purchase them all, but it should have come out years ago. (Don't get me started on the JGB stuff!) I realize it takes time to remaster stuff, and there is no way to do this every piece of tape in the vault, but it doesn't matter that every show is sonically perfect, the demand is there. If you take look at the Internet Archive at http://www.archive.org/details/GratefulDead and see how many times each show has been downloaded, this proves my point and if they charged a fee to download from there instead of allowing just the streams, that would be a hell of alot income for the band and its staff. Yes I agree the old philosophy that the music is "free" doesn't apply anymore, but it would make alot of people happy if they just made it available. I'll get off my soapbox now.
No, doesn't require an iPod, and the iTunes software has Mac and PC versions. You can play the music, burn CDs, etc. and never use an iPod at all. I used it for years before I bit the bullet and bought the iPod, and boy did I look silly sitting in the airport listening to tunes on my iBook...
The more audiophile among us think there may be better audio formats than the one iTunes uses, so you may want to wait for them to weigh in here. (Or ask over in the Technical Discussion topic in Tapers.)