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Re: Streaming Music

Postby lythac » Thu Jul 15, 2010 11:37 am

Nikachelle wrote:If it requires me to actually download iTunes to my work computer, then that won't be happening.


It will, is there not anyway you can make a business case for it due to podcasts?
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Re: Streaming Music

Postby Flex » Thu Jul 15, 2010 11:50 am

Scooter occupies that section of my music library of stuff I shouldn't like but I do like.
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Re: Streaming Music

Postby Argali » Thu Jul 15, 2010 12:45 pm

UK IP address, using Spotify.
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Re: Streaming Music

Postby Kelaan » Thu Jul 15, 2010 1:29 pm

Nikachelle wrote:Does anyone know of a list of streaming music stations online? I've been listening to my local radio station too much and need a bit of a switch. Ideally looking for something that plays Trance.


I'm a big fan of Digitally Imported ( http://www.di.fm/ ). They just finished playing this week's A State Of Trance.

They have a large variety of trance stations, you can pretty much find ones that fit what you're looking for. They also partner with (or own, or were bought by?) Sky.fm, which has non-trance stuff like jazz or classical or even some pop music... but you said you were looking for Trance. :)

I found I also liked just downloading DJ Aspeth's mixes from her website and listening to those on loop, but I am probably an atypical trance listener.

Edit: DI.fm doesn't require itunes. I use it just fine with Winamp.
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Re: Streaming Music

Postby Shyrtandros » Thu Jul 15, 2010 2:23 pm

Kelaan wrote:
Nikachelle wrote:Does anyone know of a list of streaming music stations online? I've been listening to my local radio station too much and need a bit of a switch. Ideally looking for something that plays Trance.


I'm a big fan of Digitally Imported ( http://www.di.fm/ ). They just finished playing this week's A State Of Trance.

They have a large variety of trance stations, you can pretty much find ones that fit what you're looking for. They also partner with (or own, or were bought by?) Sky.fm, which has non-trance stuff like jazz or classical or even some pop music... but you said you were looking for Trance. :)

I found I also liked just downloading DJ Aspeth's mixes from her website and listening to those on loop, but I am probably an atypical trance listener.

Edit: DI.fm doesn't require itunes. I use it just fine with Winamp.



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Re: Streaming Music

Postby Fivelives » Thu Jul 15, 2010 3:24 pm

Shoutcast has a list of live DJ'd streaming radio stations and you can connect with one click: http://www.shoutcast.com

It's also not restricted by IP address.
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Re: Streaming Music

Postby Arnock » Thu Jul 15, 2010 3:37 pm

Nikachelle wrote::|



I may be misunderstanding the way these things work, but could you connect to pandora through a proxy?
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Re: Streaming Music

Postby Levantine » Fri Jul 16, 2010 12:05 am

Nikachelle wrote:Does anyone know of a list of streaming music stations online? I've been listening to my local radio station too much and need a bit of a switch. Ideally looking for something that plays Trance.


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Re: Streaming Music

Postby Heil » Fri Jul 16, 2010 2:26 am

Invisusira wrote:did sum1 say scooter

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oyw5G4shFo

lol,haven't seen that in forev
Also Nikachelle, I also have this issue with Pandora but just get yourself a proxy hook up. I use Hotspot Shield, yea it's annoying but it's the best I can do for now.
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Re: Streaming Music

Postby lythac » Fri Jul 16, 2010 3:14 am

Kelaan wrote:
Nikachelle wrote:Does anyone know of a list of streaming music stations online? I've been listening to my local radio station too much and need a bit of a switch. Ideally looking for something that plays Trance.


I'm a big fan of Digitally Imported ( http://www.di.fm/ ). They just finished playing this week's A State Of Trance.

They have a large variety of trance stations, you can pretty much find ones that fit what you're looking for. They also partner with (or own, or were bought by?) Sky.fm, which has non-trance stuff like jazz or classical or even some pop music... but you said you were looking for Trance. :)

I found I also liked just downloading DJ Aspeth's mixes from her website and listening to those on loop, but I am probably an atypical trance listener.

Edit: DI.fm doesn't require itunes. I use it just fine with Winamp.


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Re: Streaming Music

Postby Krazed » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:11 am

http://www.siradio.fm They have dj's and stuffs and play a wide variety of stuff (and take requests!) except country music.

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Re: Streaming Music

Postby Nikachelle » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:24 am

Levantine wrote:
Nikachelle wrote:Does anyone know of a list of streaming music stations online? I've been listening to my local radio station too much and need a bit of a switch. Ideally looking for something that plays Trance.


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Re: Streaming Music

Postby Nikachelle » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:34 am

lythac wrote:
Kelaan wrote:
Nikachelle wrote:Does anyone know of a list of streaming music stations online? I've been listening to my local radio station too much and need a bit of a switch. Ideally looking for something that plays Trance.


I'm a big fan of Digitally Imported ( http://www.di.fm/ ). They just finished playing this week's A State Of Trance.

They have a large variety of trance stations, you can pretty much find ones that fit what you're looking for. They also partner with (or own, or were bought by?) Sky.fm, which has non-trance stuff like jazz or classical or even some pop music... but you said you were looking for Trance. :)

I found I also liked just downloading DJ Aspeth's mixes from her website and listening to those on loop, but I am probably an atypical trance listener.

Edit: DI.fm doesn't require itunes. I use it just fine with Winamp.


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Re: Streaming Music

Postby Nikachelle » Fri Jul 16, 2010 7:33 am

Fivelives wrote:Shoutcast has a list of live DJ'd streaming radio stations and you can connect with one click: http://www.shoutcast.com

It's also not restricted by IP address.

This one worked the best for me. Thank you!
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Re: Streaming Music

Postby Shirak » Fri Jul 16, 2010 9:26 am

Just a note, check your work policies. Many companies these days have policies against streaming media in for personal use. (Us IT guys want it to download porn... er Do research :mrgreen: )

Bandwidth for companies costs a lot more than it does for home use (At least where I am does) and streaming is a bandwidth hog. It will burn as much bandwidth as is can. If your company allows it good for you, otherwise watch yourself, around here it gets you time off without pay...
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