softwere to get dnb music?

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  1. Perna

    Perna New Member

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    how the best softwere to get eletronic music???



    excuses for my bad english, I am Brazilian
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  2. Perna

    Perna New Member

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    :D please, answer this
    audiogalaxy and kazaa i already have

    i want know anothers softwere
     
  3. ZESTOI

    ZESTOI time for heroes.

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    I have Kazaa and I think it's total shite.
     
  4. sdm

    sdm This is Dog Fort

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    i think you will find its gonna get harder to get decent mp3s from these 'share' programs.

    i can only suggest #dnbmp3 on efnet :)

    tell um dnbforum.com sent ya :D
     
  5. tenbellys

    tenbellys adam_uk

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    go to soulseek.org

    this is the best one that i have fount after ag, gotta loadsa stuff on there
     
  6. AsH-MaN

    AsH-MaN New Member

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  7. Affliction

    Affliction thought size didnt matter

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    which hub is that????
     
  8. CoB

    CoB Pure Sanelessness

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    Go out to a record store and buy them.. or alternatively make ur own..
    *cough* soulseek *cough*
    what was that? WHO SAID THAT?!!
     
  9. jay walker

    jay walker 1/2 of Passive/Aggressive

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    :rofl:

    Ive recently been micing up a selection of pots an pans for my drums, using a kazoo for my melodies and a moose-call trumpet for my basslines! :twitchy:

    on a more serious note - if you jus starting out, get fruityloops, you cannae go wrong with that!