I have some free download codes for new Facebook page fans…
Here is the link:
For best results, download on a desktop computer first; the album is in a .zip file archive, which needs to be extracted to individual song files and album art.
10-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more). Formats ALAC (Apple Lossless—for iTunes) and FLAC both deliver full CD-fidelity, uncompressed 16-bit/44.1 kHz audio. This album has been meticulously transferred in the digital domain from the original production master. PDF Liner Notes booklet included with download.
The available digital formats are in the drop-down menu:
Help with downloading can be found here:
Enjoy! And let me know if any problems—
[ 4/8/13 and 1/16/13 free download promos have ended ]
Immediate download of “This Time” in the format of your choice, including high quality MP3 320, FLAC, and more.
Formats ALAC (Apple Lossless—for iTunes) and FLAC both deliver full CD fidelity, uncompressed 16-bit/44.1 kHz audio. This track has been meticulously transferred in the digital domain from the original production master.
Buy Now $1.29 USD or more
[ 4/12/12 promo has ended ]
Thru this weekend, download all Mike Shupp digital albums or tracks in the format of your choice, including MP3 320, iTunes AAC… even ALAC (Apple Lossless—for iTunes) or FLAC, both of which are full CD fidelity 16-bit / 44.1 kHz formats.
Name your price (no minimum!)
I’m really loving the SoundCloud HTML 5 music player… the 128 kbps stream sounds very good, it runs natively in the browser and on all mobile devices, the colors and size are customizable, and it’s got excellent share options, including working well in Facebook. The download/buy links can be directed to any source, in my case download.mikeshupp.com, where I can offer digital downloads (and choice of file format, including full CD fidelity 16-bit / 44.1 kHz) as well as physical CD ordering… and of course, there’s the feature of adding timed comments to the tracks.
Here’s my record “This Time” in the SoundCloud player, give it a try: