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princessjesusbopeep

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thelink works but none of the files seem toplay for me anyway
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barend

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that is strange. if I click on the link and the examples they play fine.

Anyone else has the same problem?

try this link:
http://www.esnips.com/web/indianmusicexamples
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rex@sitar.co.za

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I'm using a Mac. I'm able to open the page, but when I click on the link to clip I get another page with a black rectangle where the media player should be and nothing plays or downloads. This happens in both Safari and Firefox... the site has probably been optimised for Internet Explorer.

Is anyone able to hear these clips?
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princessjesusbopeep

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itdid work on IE
it sounds like a a violinesque vibrato kinda?
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daz199

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it's not working because of the 'bandwidth limit exceeded' error
esnips seems to be limiting things quite a bit these days
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barend

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is there something we (or I) can do about that?
is that a common problem with esnips?
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jaan e kharabat

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It isn't a bandwidth restriction problem. Sometimes the player at esnips has a bug and doesn't load the track. Right click on the player and copy the url under properties into the browser, this initiates a download and then you can listen to the downloaded track.

It sounds like a 'kampan' to me.

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If there are just ''six tones'' in an octave [sic] then why have frets for tones that don't exist?
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barend

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I hardly ever heard this type of vibrato on sitar in the way it is played in the examples. Sure, you hear it sometimes but not to this extent.

I like it and it is a good practise for your intonation and meend control.
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