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Thread: Looking for music tracker(not what/waffles)

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    Rart's Avatar Hold The Line
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    Hi,

    I'm wondering if anyone could reccomend me a music tracker? I have recently got onto what, but even with a seedbox and downloading stuff I don't want, I can still barely manage a positive ratio. Yes, I know that you can upload your own stuff, ect. and you'll keep a decent ratio, but honestly my interests in music are limited and I'm far too lazy . I just don't see it to be worth the effort to keep a decent ratio on what.

    I'm just looking for a decent tracker with a decent amount of content and peers, I don't really need super obscure music as Im not a huge listener and perfect quality lossless rips isn't really necessary, I'm not too concerned about quality. The most important thing is being able to manage a ratio, I have a hell of a time trying to do it on what/waffles =/.

    Any reccomendetions would be helpful.

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    You could try a no-ratio music tracker like CE or SqN.

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    or STMusic or libble

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rart View Post
    but honestly my interests in music are limited and I'm far too lazy . I just don't see it to be worth the effort to keep a decent ratio on what.
    If you interests in music are very limited => Scc section Mp3/0day freeleech
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    Torrents.ru and Demonoid. These are two of the best trackers for music. You could always use Soulseek too.

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    Yeah I'd just go with The Pirate Bay, Demonoid, and the P2P client Slsk. What and Waffles are more for audiophiles and I think alot of people who are into private trackers use them even though they don't care for the strict rules on the uploads, and ultimately waste more resources and time then they need to. If you don't want to bother with your ratio these are 3 perfectly fine options.
    Last edited by TrueSounds; 08-13-2009 at 05:19 AM.

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    Demoniod is where I get a huge chuck of my music. The torrent upload standard may not be as good as a proper music tracker. Read torrent descripion and comment before downloading; just to make sure you get what you want to get and not something else.
    Last edited by TP635; 08-13-2009 at 05:38 AM.


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    SCC is a good alternative, and as Yoann64 said, itīs freeleech.
    However I must agree with Funkin', TrueSounds and TP635, Demonoid itīs an excellent choice.








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    Rart's Avatar Hold The Line
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    How is soulseek content wise and security wise? I've been a little wary of other p2p programs since the horror stories of kazaa.

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    Soulseek has a great amount of content. It's really great for all kinds of music, but even better if you're into more obscure indie rock, punk, or various types electronic music.

    I can't really comment much about security, but I have read that it sort of functions in a way similar to Napster. I haven't heard of anyone being nabbed by using slsk though.

    If you're looking for security in a p2p client I'll point you towards Perfect Dark.

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