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    Is there vinyls out there that aren't on you tube?

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    Sup bros im just wondering is there vinyls out there that aren't on youtube for example kanye west, dre, jsut balze & timbolands samples were they never on youtube? because im thinking to myself should i get a vinyl player to sample stuff that i dont find on youtube in the record store so i can make unique beats that aren't out there what do you think?

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    There are millions more vinyls that are not on Youtube...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brownz View Post
    what do you think?
    and like this.

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    Records were the main format for music for a really long time. Longer than cds and mp3s. There is loads of music out there you wouldn't even believe. Especially music from other countries. You cant just find music on youtube if you don't know what you want.
    The whole thing about buying records is that you get to discover music you would never think to listen to ever. Itll become another thing you can do when youre bored or wanna have fun. you can listen to records while you do hw or clean your room or play videogames or something. That way you wont sit there trying to force a beat out like when you search specifically on youtube.

    You should definitely get a record player. Go to thriftshops and cop some records for like a buck each. its worth it.
    plus you might discover a whole new genre or couple of bands that you will fall in love with
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    of course there is....
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    Anything rare enough not to be on the net in some form or another isn't gonna just get stumbled on in a record shop bin. May find it on...wait for it...eBay(which still counts as "the net")...or in a collectable store with a decent pricetag attached to it. People really underestimate the internet.


    With that said, millions of records aren't on the net. The reason being is THERE'S ONLY A FEW PEOPLE ON EARTH WITH THEM AND THEY'D LIKE TO KEEP IT THAT WAY RATHER THAN SHARING. that means they won't put them on the net, or leave them at a thrift store or in a record store for an extra buck off the new Rick Ross CD they're picking up, lol. But on youtube alone you can find recordings that only 100 copies were pressed of. And sometimes when you stumble on them they only have like 12 views!!!

    Keep underestimating the internet, lol.
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    What cheap vinyl player would you suggest just for recording vinyls to the computer then?

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    numark has cheap ones... like tt usb.... i used to have one, and i gotta say it was very good for recording from vinyl. looks and feels very plastic tho.

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