[linux-audio-user] Rad IO

james at dis-dot-dat.net james at dis-dot-dat.net
Tue Feb 15 12:48:29 EST 2005

On Wed, 16 Feb, 2005 at 02:45AM +1000, Mark Constable spake thus:
> Here's a way to broadband stream or otherwise download Ogg
> and MP3s all cataloged from one centralized place.
> http://opensrc.org/?page=RadIO
> What would be really neat is if folks produced podcast-like
> "shows" describing how they produced their songs along with
> audio examples of what they are describing. 

You first!  Give us an example of what you mean.  Sounds interesting.

> Between 10 and
> 40 minutes is a good length and 42 kb/s at 22 htz is a
> comfortable size/quality tradeoff for ogg and still probably
> streamable for 56K modem listeners... ie;
> oggenc -q0 --resample 22050 some.wav
> If you don't have the bandwidth or a website to upload then
> just attach a song or show and email it to admin at opensrc.org.
> You can grab the m3u list via curl http://opensrc.org/radio.m3u
> and if there is any demand I'll create a RSS/OPML feed too.

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