who moved up to vinyl?

vinyl questions

  • I started on vinyl

    Votes: 64 79.0%
  • From CD/MP3 to vinyl

    Votes: 6 7.4%
  • Haven't went vinyl

    Votes: 5 6.2%
  • From vinyl to CD/MP3

    Votes: 6 7.4%

  • Total voters
    81

motion audio

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#10
Started on vinyl, and much as I love it I'm thinking about getting the one cd deck for tunes that don't appear on vinyl/own tunes when I finish some. Couldn't mix purely with CD's though, If theres a tune I was really liking I'd prefer to get it cut.
 

RUSSLA

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#12
Started on vinyl, stumbled across a cheap CDJ so bite the bullet. Now got 2 CDJ-800s MK2s, 2 1210s MK3s and a Xone 62, all in the space of 18months (y) Tbh i rarely use vinyl now except when 3 decking, CDJs are just so much more precise plus get get any tune the same day at a fraction of the cost of vinyl!

Love it!
 

Nick-ep

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#13
Vinyl junkie forever but im turning my ways slightly and investing in a CDJ. Brings that thrid element into mixing. So many tunes on Mp3 that are going for 1.99 compared to 6.99.

Will always carry on buying vinyl untill the end though. Cant beat it!
 

gregor100

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#19
Records are just better thigns to have than CD's imo.

Like it's just like "Fuck yeah, i have this massive black disk of sound" wheras CD's you just like put them in and like you cant interact with them as much and like...

D: I'm sure you know what i mean :D
 

motion audio

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#20
Records are just better thigns to have than CD's imo.

Like it's just like "Fuck yeah, i have this massive black disk of sound" wheras CD's you just like put them in and like you cant interact with them as much and like...

D: I'm sure you know what i mean :D
Thats what I like, the fact that you've got a nice looking plate and you can see the tune cut onto it, see the different sections by differences in the grooves and that. CD decks are handy, and I will get one at some point, but I couldnt mix purely on CD's its gotta be vinyl!
 
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