This is not an announcement to promote a new tracker that wants a bevy of new users. AliveOnThe.net does, but it wants good members that can contribute to the site. Strictly in “beta” it’s anyone’s guess to why this new tracker is actually open to public registration at all. First of all; this tracker hasn’t had any exposure (but has a ton of staff activity) - and second; they’re only looking for great individuals who’ll help out.
** Registration has now been closed to the public. However, members of What.CD can still contact Kavinorum or Gravey13 for a beta invite.
As mentioned, ATN is still entirely in beta, but not short on ideas. Just don’t go signing up looking for torrents …yet. Regular users are not permitted to upload torrents during this stage.
With a current maximum user limit of just 250, don’t sign up looking to cash in on the early action - you’ll just be disabled anyways with (likely) no opportunity to signup ever again. New registrants must apply for ‘Beta User’ status through their forums, which incorporates proving your worth to the tracker. Got something to offer? Sign up and stay. If not, you’ll be pruned out fast. Don’t blow it, or don’t sign up for now at all.
So… What’s ATN all about?
ATN is a new tracker based on What.cd’s Gazelle code - specifically for live audio recordings only. It’s a music tracker which specializes in live music - in a way, it’s almost a bit of a spinoff site from What.cd.
“We are currently in the process of a major overhaul of Gazelle in order to handle the many complexities of live recordings. The complex quality standards and trump/dupe rules we intend to apply would simply be impossible to regulate and extremely confusing for the end user if we didn’t put the proper time into developing the back-end to support them.”
All of this will undoubtedly be changed, so there’s no point in releasing a bunch of pre-launch captures of the tracker.
Serious applicants only: Beta testers, graphic designers and true enthusiasts of live music are welcome only.
Weird…Dont Really Like It =(
Good luck to them, but please future tracker creators stop using *the.net. It’s getting lame.
john doe Says:
sounds like a good idea. I really like live music but seeding on a small music site? No way in fuck am i going to do that ever.
Hey I am an admin at ATN (AliveOnThe.Net). I just want to let everyone know a little bit more about the site.
All of us at ATN love live music and are big fans of live recordings, but we can’t stand the dis-organization that is prevalent on the major live music sites in existence today. Our goal is to have a very organized and comprehensive tracker for live music recordings, a site where shows can be easily searched and sorted in any way you want!
However, we only just started working on the site! Right now it looks a lot like a what.cd copy, and thats because it mostly is! We are working hard behind the scenes to do a complete overhaul of the upload system and to change the way the database handles all the torrent information. This is why there are pretty much no torrents on the site, we are simply not finished making the site awesome.
So as of right now, the site is used mostly for testing and discussion. However once the site is ready we will be sure to let everyone know.
PS. Since we are not ready to be open to the public we have closed our registration. We are accepting what.cd Power Users or higher for beta testing however.
PPS. The logo and theme are extremely temporary, we are currently accepting submissions for a new logo and a new theme.
** Registration has now been closed to the public. However, members of What.CD (PUs and up) can still contact Kavinorum or Gravey13 for a beta invite.
what if you are not member in what.cd
I have invites to the following private torrent sites:
waffles.fm (when open)
Email me if interested: email@example.com