Due to Bobby, the archive only allows the downloading of audience recordings, but there is a website called bt.etree.org which allows the trading of digital files of soundboards. Generally the quality is high and there is a lot of good stuff. However, you need a program called bittorrent, or utorrent, or any of the other torrents. Simply choose the show you want and download it through bittorrent. Make sure there is a good amount of seeders though or it will take a longer time, or not even work. The further down one moves rom the top of the list the less of achance there will be a reasonable amount of seeders. The shows are generally in flac or shn file format, and the show's size is generally in the area of 1 gig. This requires you to convert the files to wav format using a program called switch for windows, or xACT for mac. Once this is done add the files to itunes and convert them to AAC files- the shows size will then be anywhere from 150 to 250 megabytes. Remove the wav versions of the files and send to the tash. Remember, you have to name and order them in itunes for them to play in order. After all this return to the original download folder generally labelled gd69-04-22, or something similar, like gd90-09-18, basically whatever the date of the show was, and delete it. Boom Boom Boom you've got yourself new Grateful Dead shows.
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