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#61
(10-19-2020, 10:28 AM)the_bertrum Wrote: Looks like the Flux publisher is a goldmine of stations:
https://www.fluxfm.de/radio-livestream/

true  Smile 
The main channel FluxFM is a basic radio station of Berlin, with different shows, comments, ads and news. All other channels are music-only and many genres are covered.
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#62
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Those seem to sit under  'Gothic Rock' and Community Radio Browser search for Gothic Rock here....
https://www.radio-browser.info/gui/#!/countries

Returns this..
https://www.radio-browser.info/gui/#!/by...hic%20Rock

so try...

https://bob.hoerradar.de/radiobob-gothic-mp3-hq

Ymmv but this is the most comprehensive searching for stations to use in Moode.

Generally you download the pls file for the station and open it with your text editor to find the working stream address for MoOde to use.
Example for the above...

[playlist]
NumberOfEntries=1
Title1=RADIO BOB! Gothic Rock
File1=https://bob.hoerradar.de/radiobob-gothic...1565256994

although for this station a shortened link also works..
https://bob.hoerradar.de/radiobob-gothic-mp3-hq


bob
[/quote]

Awesome, thank you very much.
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#63
Good it is working for you ! Smile
I am a professional finder with the memory of an elephant.... a curse but a useful curse :-)
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#64
Hi!

    I love the ability to add custom stations to the MoOde radio list... I have customized the list I use with many links from the forum, as well as added a number of local stations here in southwestern Ontario Canada. This really makes a Pi-box a great 21st Century replacement for the vintage Receivers I grew up with in the 60's and 70's.

    Not sure if this site is already generally known, but I used it to find my local stations stream site in order to glean the streaming addresses to add to my Moode build.. It looks like it covers a lot of international sites as well, so it may be useful to find links to build custom local feeds for your particular region... Hope it helps!

http://www.radio-canada-online.com/
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#65
Excellent find !
I am a professional finder with the memory of an elephant.... a curse but a useful curse :-)
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#66
Not sure if this is really the place for it, but here goes anyway.
I love "Ancient FM", who doesn't?
I don't love the logo Moode has though, it looks a bit like it was made at about the same time as the music that's played.  I checked the station's website and they don't appear to have an official logo, so I cobbled together my own from files they do have.  I personally prefer it, and offer it here in case anyone else likes it.
   
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#67
(10-31-2020, 12:06 PM)the_bertrum Wrote: I love "Ancient FM", who doesn't?

First I had to laugh, but you are right. Is a channel with fine music. Your personal cover is taken as upload.
Thank you very much.
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#68
(10-31-2020, 12:06 PM)the_bertrum Wrote: I love "Ancient FM", who doesn't?

The longest lasting station in my list :-)

Quote:they don't appear to have an official logo,

That logo has been theirs for 'centuries'...well, at least as long as I've been listening. Big Grin
https://www.radio.net/s/ancientfm

Quote:looks a bit like it was made at about the same time as the music that's played

Yes ! that's its charm.

Though I do like your version...thanks !.
I am a professional finder with the memory of an elephant.... a curse but a useful curse :-)
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#69
(11-18-2020, 11:30 PM)zOr7gA8 Wrote: First I had to laugh, but you are right. Is a channel with fine music. Your personal cover is taken as upload.
Thank you very much.

Ancient FM brings joy in many ways Smile

(11-19-2020, 05:13 AM)DRONE7 Wrote:
Quote:looks a bit like it was made at about the same time as the music that's played

Yes ! that's its charm.

Though I do like your version...thanks !.

I did think long and hard before messing. I guess the original logo is more to the medieval end, whereas my version is more renaissance. I'll probably swap back and forth between them myself if truth be known.
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