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    Quote Originally Posted by Xabiton View Post
    conversation, whosampled.com, youtube, and Gilson
    All of these, especially the last one. Always led to new stuff because of Gilson. Pay attention there. Guarantee you'll learn something. The-Breaks is a good resource as well as the Sampleur site. I also spend time researching about the labels that I like, session players, etc. And also a lot of times I'm just looking for things I've known about and wanted for a long time and just either haven't found yet or haven't had the money to buy it at the time.

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    Word, good lookin out guys. Trying to step up my digging game. Not gonna actually dig anymore though until I go through all my records and sort things out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicro View Post
    Word, good lookin out guys. Trying to step up my digging game. Not gonna actually dig anymore though until I go through all my records and sort things out.
    I tell myself that but it never happens. It's rent week for me so no digging but hopefully I can make up for it next weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicro View Post
    Word, good lookin out guys. Trying to step up my digging game. Not gonna actually dig anymore though until I go through all my records and sort things out.
    u do that ill keep buying records catch me if u can

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicro View Post
    Like how did you catch word that some random record has a break? I understand the famous ass ones like, Impeach the President, Synthetic Substitution etc.. But I have never had any idea about random lesser known ones.
    This could help you get you started on the breaks tip. Search results for “Drums”.
    Last edited by jyri; 06-05-2011 at 02:14 AM.

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    Bring along a portable turntable if you can. If not, bring your phone and earbuds and look up some of the album tracks on youtube. I know this takes some of the fun out of digging, but I'd only suggest doing this for more expensive vinyl where it's more of an investment. Or just use the dollar bin shotgun method.

    Get to know the people working at the record store. If they see something come in that's your style, maybe they'll hold it for you before putting it out.

    Find an artist or genre you like, then create a Pandora station. Discover new artists, repeat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snax a.k.a. BBK View Post
    Bring along a portable turntable if you can.
    How many of you guys do this. At my spot they seal all the records(bastards) preventing this from happening. Seems smart though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Snax a.k.a. BBK View Post
    the dollar bin shotgun method.
    That has to be one of the best terms ever.

    And that pandora idea is a good one too.

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    good loooking out

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