Below are some frequently asked questions and things that will help you to enjoy your visit to Burning The Ground.
The contents of this blog are free and for promotional use only.
Please support the artist by purchasing their music, merchandise, and attending their concerts.
If you are the copyright owner or creator and wish to have your content removed, please contact me.
Some of the information on this blog is collected from music related pages and websites. (Discogs, Wiki, Allmusic, etc.)
CAN I MAKE A REQUEST?
Yes I do accept requests. If there is something that you are looking fpr please feel free to request it. If I do not have what you are looking for you can make a donation via PayPal and I will purchase your request rip it and post it for you on the blog. Requests that are accompanied by a donation receive first priority.
DO YOU ACCEPT DONATIONS?
Yes donations are accepted to help pay for site hosting cost as well as upkeep on equipment and to purchase requests. Cash donations can be made by clicking one of the PayPal donation buttons. You can also donate you unwanted vinyl provided that it is good condition and well cared for contct me for info.
CAN I POST YOUR FILES ON OTHER BLOGS OR WEB SITES?
Please Do not post my files on other blogs, torrent or any other web-site. If you would like to post my work somewhere else please ask me first.
WHERE IS THE PASSWORD?
The password is case sensitive and is located beneth the download buttons. This password is used on all files and must be entered correctly to extract files.
WHAT TOOLS DO I NEED TO UNPACK RAR FILES?
The following are tools you will need to unpack my files after you download them.
WHAT IS FLAC?
Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC) is a file format for lossless audio data compression. During compression, FLAC does not lose quality from the audio stream, as lossy compression formats such as MP3, AAC, and Vorbis do. Josh Coalson is the primary author of FLAC.
FLAC reduces bandwidth and storage requirements without sacrificing the integrity of the audio source. A digital audio recording (such as a CD track) encoded to FLAC can be decompressed into an identical copy of the audio data. Audio sources encoded to FLAC are typically reduced to 50–60% of their original size.
I have decided to try adding FLAC files on NEW POSTS ONLY, however if it becomes a problem I will no longer offer this format. Please do not ask to have older posts re-uploaded in FLAC format it is too time consuming. I may re-post some archives at a later date in FLAC format. Pease DO NOT post these files elsewhere on other blogs, torrents etc. To playbck FLAC files I suggest that you check out the links below.
One thing that should be mentioned, though: if you keep a large collection of digitalized music, it is convenient to store them on a separate external hard drive in case your computer crashes or fails, like they do so often these days.
Some links on the subject you may find useful:
Foobar 2000 – one of the best audio playback software for your computer with lots of different options for amateur and expert audio freaks.
FLAC codec home – to download the program/codec that allows your PC to reproduce and burn FLAC files. It includes a coding/decoding software that is light and easy to use.