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I like the idea of vinyls, but I am in no way ever going to run around saying "IT SOUNDS BETTER ON VINYL!", because really, who cares? Music is music, I can listen to it in low quality mp3, or in high quality .wav format, or whatever. Either way, I'll enjoy it. .mp3 doesn't sound bad anyway.
I collect vinyls, or am starting to, rather. I only have four at the moment, but I do plan on getting more as time goes. It is expensive, but it will be something to be proud of one day.
I unfortunately do not have a vinyl player though, nor do I ever really plan on getting one to be totally honest, maybe one day, once I have more vinyls. But eh, I'm fine with CDs and using my computer as far as the listening of music goes.
At 2/27/13 05:37 PM, TheColourAwesome wrote:At 2/27/13 05:33 PM, Ma1achi wrote:Yeah, this isn't true at all.At 2/27/13 02:23 PM, KevinHR wrote:The majority of modern electronic music is released on vinyl in addition to CD,This isn't true, maybe a source to validate this claim?
it is true in a lot of cases! the electronic scene has a massive vinyl culture, so there's hundreds of releases. give me an artist and i can probably find something they've put on wax
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At 3/1/13 05:21 PM, Dromedary wrote: it is true in a lot of cases! the electronic scene has a massive vinyl culture, so there's hundreds of releases. give me an artist and i can probably find something they've put on wax
You're probably right. Maybe I'm just confusing indie with electronic.