Sunday, 8 February 2009

Back On Air

So let me tell you the whole story...

We upload our tracks to a free serivce known as FileDen. They give us 1GB of space and 5GB of bandwidth monthly. What's bandwidth? It's basically all the traffic that goes through their servers, aka the amount of stuff the viewers download.

In only 20 days, we hit the 5GB bandwidth, this is why the tracks were not playing. Fortunately, we were able to set up a new account and recover, but I think the same thing is going to happen again. In 10 days, the old tracks will start playing again.

The only solution would be our own hosting. Where we would not fill our bandwidth or our storage. However, this costs some money, so I'm turning to you guys so crap like this doesn't happen again.



On the right side you will see a Donate button. Now, via PayPal, you can support ilictronix. Even a simple dollar will help us out tremendously. So please guys, help us out. Without our own server space, we will not be able to show you new music and we would be doomed. So please...help us out.

Anyway, just letting you know we're back on the air...for now.
Prez Jordan

4 comments:

Kevin L. said...

its spelled bandwidth

prez jordan said...

isnt that how i spelled it?

Boba Fettuccini said...

there's always mediafire and zshare, but then you can't have an embedded player.

Champiness said...

And for the members of Team Ilictronix, myself included, there's something you can contribute: if you upload a file unsuccessfully, or change your mind about the article, please delete it. It'll make room for a good track.