Muselive.com is the largest Muse fan site, notable for hosting authorised bootlegs with over 60GB of downloadable media. The forum is second largest, behind Muse.mu. The website is currently run on a leased, dedicated server comprising of Intel "Yorkfield" Q9400 with eight gigabytes of ram. Muselive was formerly hosted by Softmeg.
Previously hosted by a hosted on a dedicated Dual Xeon 3.4Ghz HT server and managed by Servstra.com, the Muselive administrators subscribed to a new dedicated hosting service in January 2007, taking advantage of the season's offers. The new server consisted of an Intel "Conroe" E6750, four gigabytes of volatile memory and two 500 gigabyte hard drives in a RAID 1 array. The connection was two-way 100 megabit. The server was located in a data centre in Dallas, Texas and the transfer took place towards the end of January 2008. The server was again changed in July 2009, with accompanying Share Your Stuff section downtime, to an Intel "Yorkfield" Q9400 with eight gigabytes of ram.
As of January 2008, Muselive is currently undergoing a redesign and re-write. From the 10th of January, progress has been viewable at skintest.muselive.com by selected user agents. This change has been under development since before September 2006.
Muselive has been subject to false claims of new Muse compositions several times. This started with one of Warner's marketing people by then name of "Mr.X" uploading two short clips of Easily along with riddles to decrypt the archives they were stored within.
In December 2007, an instrumental was was uploaded to muselive forum, with a claim that it's the theme for the H.A.A.R.P. CD/DVD. This person later claimed to have found the song labelled as such on Soulseek. This was later confirmed as fake by the uploader after receiving a takedown request. EditorX claims to have been contacted by the composer, who informed him that it was a leaked demo.
Muselive.com came fifth in the Best Unofficial Music Site award.
Muselive.com won the Best Unofficial Music site award.
Muselive.com came third in the Best Unofficial Fansite award.
- 2007-06-04: Interview with Chris Wolstenholme
- 2005-03-02: Tom Kirk Live Webcast
- 2004-11-06: Interview with Tom Kirk
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- ↑ Tom. (2008-01-06). New Server. Retrieved from www.muselive.com.
- ↑ Lewis. (2008-01-10). Today - Muselive v2 Browser-Limited Public Beta. Muselive. Retrieved from muselive.com.
- ↑ Tom. (2007-09-13). Muselive Version 2! Beta test now!. Muselive. Retrieved from www.muselive.com.
- ↑ EditorX. (2007-12-26). [New DVD main menu song]. Muselive. Retrieved from www.muselive.com.
- ↑ a b c EditorX. (2007-12-26). Moderators delete please - FAKE -Muse - The Haarp Tour Theme. Muselive. Retrieved from www.muselive.com.
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- ↑ BT Digital Music Awards 07 (2007). DMA. Retrieved from btdma.com.
- ↑ SuperAndy. (2006-10-03). WE WON!!!. Muselive. Retrieved from www.muselive.com.