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October 13, 2011

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smaghe

AHHHHHHHHH GENIUS !
Finally someone facing the same problems as me !
Thanks for the good article, I'll give it a go immediately !

Jon

This sounds like a near perfect solution for me. One question: does it provide a means to stream a live audio feed?

Kevin Wyman

I am using Subsonic for some of my music needs. I installed a Vortexbox on an old Dell desktop to re-rip all of my CDs to flac and use the squeezeserver to play music at my house (I can also sort of use it over my Blackberry through a web browser but it is not optimal). The squeezeserver works over most browsers except at work (some sort of firewall issue)and is excellent at home. the Vortexbox implementation has Subsonic built-in. I too have my music mirrored in MP3 form at Amazon and Google but prefer having the losses at home. Only downside to subsonic is lack of native player on the Blackberry Bold 9630.

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