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WHERES THE BEST PLACE TO BUY MP3s ONLINE THESE DAYS????

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all i want are mp3s at 320kbps

 

iTunes are 256kbps and are coded (can't burn to cd or drop into any sort of music software)

 

Amazon are 225kbps

 

juno is shit

 

beatport is shit

 

illegal downloads is long when it ain't a mixtape or an album that just dropped yesterday. find myself in pop up hell everytime i click a link

 

 

i'm a dj that just wants to be able to cop a track with ease yet it seems like such a fuckin ball ache these days

 

 

any ideas lads?

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Google play

You can upload your own music on there Ashwell upto 20k tracks I think and stream using their app/Web browser

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theres so many different ways to get any music  u could want in 320, flac, etc for free. why pay

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Traxxsource and beatport are all i use. Amazin on the rare occasion

You can burn/edit/ect iTunes files, they are m4a these days.

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What.cd

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What type of music?

Subscribe to a dj service/record pool.

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thank you lads

 

i'm really after just what we're into innit

 

rap, rnb, dancehall etc

 

 

find it so annoying i cant cop uk rap at high quality

 

dunno why you would put a track on youtube, watch it blow up and still not have it available to buy, just a mixtape version covered in tags

 

j hus for instance, none of his shit is for sale???

 

 

game backwards in the country

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iTunes is the best for the library

you can't tell the difference between iTunes' 256kbps AAC and a 320kbps MP3 encoding

you can burn them to disk fine, if your software doesn't support it then its not good software - I mean you could just use iTunes to burn right?

all DJ software should support it, most production software should but if not conversion to MP3 isn't the hardest thing in the world

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thank you lads

 

i'm really after just what we're into innit

 

rap, rnb, dancehall etc

 

 

find it so annoying i cant cop uk rap at high quality

 

dunno why you would put a track on youtube, watch it blow up and still not have it available to buy, just a mixtape version covered in tags

 

j hus for instance, none of his shit is for sale???

 

 

game backwards in the country

 

 

Yeah for that music there is definitely a gap in the market to be exploited.

 

A beatport for uk urban music would be huge. Would need a lot of inital funding tho.

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remember how well ukfunky.net (or whatever it was called) did because it was the only place selling UK funky

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