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This section is here to help fans who would like to get a copy of live Rockwell Church shows.

Below is a list of people you can e-mail to trade RC shows with. If you don't have anything to trade, you can still get some live RC shows, just read the last section.
I've decided to start the trading list over since it had become outdated. So, if you'd like to be on this list, please send AD an e-mail.

name: Adrian Smith
show list: my shows are listed in the SHN Archive
bands to trade: Rockwell Church
bands wanted: RC (any), JLC (recent), Guster (recent), J.Arthur (recent), Jem (any)
e-mail: click here
for: trade (no limit) / b&p (limit: 6 discs)
format: SHN / Standard Audio

This is how a 'Blanks and Postage (b&p)' trade works:

Essentially, you send a trader blank CDs and a self-addresssed-stamped return-envelope. They burn you a copy of the show(s) you want and then send them back to you. Despite best efforts, there is sometimes some confusion. I have recieved everything from an envelope with nothing but a five dollar bill, to a box full of blank CDs with no note and no idea what they were for.

Here is a detailed break down of what to do and what not to do:

Step 1: View a trader's list and pick out the show(s) you want.

Step 2: Send a (friendly) e-mail to the trader and ask if they are willing to do a b&p for you. Include the info (date/band) for the shows you want. Specify whether you want the shows in Standard Audio (a playable cd) or SHN format**. Also specify the number of discs the b&p will be.

Step 3: Make sure you and the trader have agreed on the trade and that you get his/her address.

Step 4: Get 1 padded envelope that the CDs will fit in and 1 larger envelope that the smaller envelope will fit in. Get the number of blank CD-Rs needed for the trade. Write down your name, e-mail address, and the shows being burned for you on a piece of paper.

Step 5: Place the blank CD-Rs* and the piece of paper in the smaller, padded envelope and address it to yourself, then return address it to the trader, but leave it unsealed.

Step 6: Address the larger envelope to the trader and return address it to yourself, but don't seal it yet.

Step 7: Go to the post office and ask them to weigh the small (return) envelope and have them put on enough non-metered stamps to send it.

Step 8: Put the small envelope in the large envelope, seal the large envelope, and have the post office add postage and send it on it's way.

Step 9: E-mail the trader saying you sent the blank CDs so they can be on the lookout for the package.

Step 10: Wait patiently. If a week goes by and you don't hear anything, send a (friendly) e-mail asking for a status report. Most likely you'll be contacted when the blanks are recieved, and when they are sent back to you.

* Some people opt out of sending cases to save on postage. This is fine but you should put them in something, even if it's just wrapping them in a piece of paper, so they don't move around too much during shipping.

** SHN format: Compressed (but lossless) files which can be converted to Standard Audio format using free software. The benifit of this is you get a hard backup of the show you can save, in case the playable copy gets lost/damaged. You also might be able to get more shows this way, as two disc shows often fit on one CD in SHN format. Doing it this way requires a cd burner unless you only want the shows for your ipod/mp3 player.


Here are things you should not do:
- Do not send metered stamps (the little print out things post offices use) on the return envelope as it can cause problems. Just ask for 'non-metered' or 'regular' stamps when you are shipping.
- Do not send only one envelope with stamps inside, expecting the trader to re-address the envelope when returning the CDs. This is a hassle. The trader is doing you a favor by burning the shows, so splurge on the extra envelope and make his/her life easier.
- Never Ever, Ever Send Cash instead of stamps or CDs.
- Never offer or send any monetary compensation.
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