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    bout to check it out bro, check out my instrumentals if you get the chance.. Dope blog btw
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    Good article. I do agree with you with basically having the worlds music at your finger tips with the web, as I utilize to its max as well. But as for vinyl, its just the experience of it all that hooks me (The hunt, being part of history, striking gold)

    Ill always have that soft spot for it.
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    You gotta do what you gotta do to make it work out...nobody except other beat heads actually cares where the sample came from
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    Thats if you live somewhere where you cant buy vinyls. Theres no record shop in my country but Im still gonna buy some vinyls from people who have collections when I buy my turntable. I wanna be a part of hip hop culture and digging on youtube can be boring..
    Its up to you to decide..
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    Digging on youtube is boring as hell.
    Not only that but ive heard theres alot of shit you cant find online.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.Son View Post
    theres alot of shit you cant find online.
    Exactly what I was thinkin.. Most everything you find online has already been flipped, but if you're good at 'e-Diggin' you can still find some good sh!t.

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    I respect your pov and I think some of what you say makes a lot of sense but I have records that I literally could not find online with hours of searching for pay or otherwise. Idk I am not against digital digging as much as I used to be but at the same time I don't think I'll stop crate digging anytime soon.
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    it took a while for me to realize that.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RavinSimpson View Post
    You gotta do what you gotta do to make it work out...nobody except other beat heads actually cares where the sample came from
    it took me years to get over that.......
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    Without vinyl you would have a harder time making your own custom sound. Your own custom drum kits and especially finding the samples that speak to you (not just any sample off of the net). Do any sites that sell good drum kits (that aren't shady) even really exist? I know I'm asking a dumb question though I haven't done much digital digging. I never even use the term since I'm only using vinyl. I've seen a few blogs with free drum kits here and there. But nothing solid. Most of them you can't preview and using a drum kit that you didn't make won't get you the respect. I've only ever came across a few songs on youtube that I considered sampling though I always forget about it because I have so much vinyl.
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