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How do you e-mail a sound file?

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skollie:
All

Sorry about this. The way I've got this file doesn't seem to work if I send it anywhere else, so I'll have to abandon this before I waste your time.

The music by the way, was "Caravan", recorded by needledrop from an ancient Technics record "Audio Inspection Volume 1", written by Duke Ellington and arranged by Norio Meada. Artistes JUan Tizol, Duke Ellington, Irving Mills - Trumpet: Teruyuki Fukushima, Tenor Sax: Ichiro Mimori, Piano: Norio Maeda, Guitar: Kiyoshi Sugimoto, Bass: Yassuo Arakawa, Drums: Takeshi Inomata

Cheers all

mafioso

Robert_E:
You can use http://filegooi.co.za/

Upload the file to there and send the link it generates to the recipient to download.

ghostinthemachine:
Or compress it with something like WIN RAR...

Also try SoundCloud >> http://soundcloud.com/

Rotten Johnny:

--- Quote from: ghostinthemachine on April 09, 2011, 09:10:59 PM ---Or compress it with something like WIN RAR...
--- End quote ---
FLAC encoding will yield a smaller file because its compression algorithm is aimed at audio streams.

skollie:

--- Quote from: Robert_E on April 09, 2011, 09:03:41 PM ---You can use http://filegooi.co.za/

Upload the file to there and send the link it generates to the recipient to download.

--- End quote ---

Hi Robert E

@ gitm

Thanks for the suggestions. Never thought this would be such a PITA :)

I tried a WAV version with http://filegooi but it looks like 1hr+ upload. I then tried GITM's recommendation but they appear to ask too many questions and I could be whacked with a copyright infringement suit :'(

I also have a zipped file of the same  but dunno if this is any good.

Ah, well...

mafioso

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