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    Default Where do YOU get your tracks?

    Especially instrumentals and acapellas?

    Do you use a dj specific swap site, or buy from iTunes, make the acapellas yourself?
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    Google for accapellas and instrumentals really, but for the most part I don't use too many of those... Beatport and Amazon.
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    Beatport is pricey But the selection is good. I usually google, just wondering where other people source their music. (I especially wonder about artists like Girl Talk with samples from all kinds of music that don't have released a capella versions...)
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    I would imagine Girl talk makes a lot of whet he uses, or is given them by labels that don't hate him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by photojojo View Post
    given them by labels that don't hate him.
    hahaha

    you have to admit that his stuff always flows well, even if you don't agree with his choices of samples
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    Bandcamp, soundcloud, and boomkat.
    Dont really fuck with acapellas though

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    Acapellas by searching google. Tracks from SoundCloud or Beatport or google search. Depends what track it is

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    I have no stance whatsoever on how much anyone should pay for music, just wondering if people purchase them through authorized vendors (or whatever they're called, iTunes, Amazon, Beatport, etc) or "google" which to me says... otherwise...

    Soundcloud and CC Licensing is awesome, but obviously not available for major label tracks (was recently looking for Hollaback Girl a capella and it got me to thinking)
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