Update: found this:
Would rule out LTBR having been recorded with the Vega. Even Angus confirms that he was given the Vega at the Palladium concert in NY (after recording LTBR). (more…)
As en exclusive for us at SoloDallas.net, MatiRocker has been our secret reporter and wrote the following.
(THANK YOU Mati!)
By Matías Fraga (MatiRocker)
I attended to the Avant Premiere of Live At River Plate last night!!!! (more…)
one of your requests were a space for exchanging data. Pictures, Guitar rig settings, audio files. Now we have one.
The SoloDallas.net file space at http://filespace.exception.at/ .
Access is free for every member, though everyone who wants to use it, needs to request a password from me. Also, if you have any questions, just send me a mail to email@example.com or ask here in the comments.
Please keep in mind that the file space is only for us here at solodallas.com and only for exchanging data and other files of interest.
How does it work?
Simple. After logging in, you will see a list of folders:
In my example here, I want to upload a picture of Fil. So just click on the folder where you want to upload your data. Please don’t upload data outside a folder, we need to keep it proper there.
Now I click on the “Upload” icon in the upper right. A File requester comes up:
After selecting the file to upload, click on “Upload”. The file is transferred to the server now. Depending on the size of the file and your internet connection speed, it can take some time.
Maximum file size is 200 Megabytes. Not 750 Megabytes as shown in the picture.
Now the file is uploaded:
Often, after some days/weeks/months nobody remembers a file by its name. So it’s important to enter a description. To enter a description for a file, click on the Icon at the left of the file name, in the “Type” column:
Now you can enter a meaningful description, dont forget to click “Edit description” at the end to save the description:
The description is now visible in the Desctiption field in the file list:
Most files can be downloaded by just clicking on their name. Some files like images will be shown directly instead of downloaded. here you can either right-click on the name and chose “Download file” from the context menu or use the small “Arrow down” button at the left of the file name:
A cool feature is the file linking. You want to notify one of your mates here at solodallas.com that you upload a file for him in an easy way? No problem, just send him the link.
Right click on the file name, chose “Copy link address” and send him the copied link address. He has to log on at the file space and can download it afterwards by clicking on the link you sent him.
Any questions left? No problem, just ask here in the comments or mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.