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SXSW music (unoffically) found on BitTorrent

March 8, 2010


South By Southwest is one of the big hotspots for music lovers. It is also a huge gathering for the tech community. They have also allowed music from artists playing SXSW to be downloaded for free. Home of the Unofficial SXSW torrents holds this year’s collection and goes back to 2005. A couple of warnings: […]

Dirpy allows you to record audio in YouTube videos

December 18, 2009


Dirpy Studio, which is currently in beta, is a tool to convert your favorite YouTube videos to high quality mp3s and also download the videos directly. You can find them at You can also follow them on Twitter at @Dirpy.

Covert AAC files to MP3

December 12, 2009


Like most people who use iTunes, I have a lot of AAC files. Because I now have a Windows Mobile phone, I have to move a lot of those files to MP3s. This great post from Red Sweater gives you a great guide to covert your AAC audio files to MP3s.

Music labels want you to buy more albums

July 27, 2009


The Financial Times website reported Sunday night that Apple will launch a plan codename “Cocktail”, designed to encourage Itunes users to download complete albums. The newspaper says Apple has a target launch date of September. is also reporting that the labels are working with to do the same thing. They want to include extra content only for people […]