a service to our
clients, we provide a way where you can upload your music files to our
FTP server. We recieve nearly 100 (audio) data files every
week using this server. The smoothest upload/download is by using
FTP software installed on your computer. I
for Mac and Filezilla
(it's free) for the PC or Mac.
the audio files use a (1) Hostname, (2) Username
and (3) a User Password. Once you enter this information, a
window shows up that lets you access folders and files just like a hard
drive on your computer. Here's how to use Fetch (you can
get a free trial version):
for the Mac. After installing the software,
open up a New Connection.
2) Contact us to get an account
Username and Password
Fill in the
Hostname/ Username/ Password we give you by email
if you Copy/ Paste the
and Usename, be SURE that your computer doesn't add ghost html such as
"Mailto:" or "ftp://" when you paste in the codes. This is a common
4) Use Fetch to make a new folder
the FTP window
on the "Put" icon and use your Macs
finder browser to select
the file(s) you want to upload
single or multiple files, or you can even upload folders with all the
files you want us to receive.
|A little circle
thingy will indicate
how much has been uploaded, and
Fetch will tell you when the files have all been uploaded. A full
song of separations should take an hour or less depending on the speed
of your computer and your internet service.
• Contact us to
let us know when your files are uploaded.
files from us
• When we upload
mastered files for you to hear, we'll contact you -
just use the same program and log in method. You'll see a new
folder that we create that will have your mastered files. Double
click on our new folder. Select the file(s) we've sent and click
on the "Get" icon.
shocked. Fetch may give you an error message, but it
just wants you to pick the hard drive/ folder where you want to save
Pick your drive
location and save the files.
you burn the files onto a CDR, be sure to use an
excellent quality 700MB Music CDR - and burn it at the SLOWEST speed
your burner will go. The slower the better the sound and the more
reliable it is. High-speed burns don't sound as good. (Also
the Mac "Burn Folder" sounds better than Toast, but that's a subject I
don't want to chat about right now.... more wildness about digital