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Any soulseek users? (if not why not)
#1
Just wondering if anyone on here used soulseek, and if so, what are your usernames?
I lock all my files (except the soundtrack to godzilla vs mothra lol) to everyone not on a userlist, not because I'm a prick (I am), but bc my internet isnt the greatest. username is motoko
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whats the appeal of soulseek?  I don't get it...
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(10-04-2016, 03:49 PM)Renton Wrote: whats the appeal of soulseek?  I don't get it...

What's not to get? Someone, somewhere on soulseek will have whatever obscure thing you're looking for, in high quality. It's the most useful program I think I've ever downloaded
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#4
I agree aldikobold, soulseek is very convenient ;)
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I still don't see how it's more useful than other typical mediums not requiring me to install another program.
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(10-04-2016, 06:01 PM)Renton Wrote: I still don't see how it's more useful than other typical mediums not requiring me to install another program.

Safer? I guess. You see what you're getting, bitrate, file size, etc, you can browse users that you've found one thing from and go on a wild music journey. And really nothing I'm aware of comes close to the sheer volume of stuff available. I also like how it downloads, really straightforward. Wish list searches for things that nobody has whilst you're looking, but you know someone will eventually get it, are great. 

Only competitor I can think of is what.cd and they're strict and you have to keep your ratio up and all that nonsense
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