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    i've seen a few of those 'mp3 pools' who were basement operations with pirate mp3s camouflaged as 'promo' material. Be careful! Don't pay for internet leaks!

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    @combo - Nah...they're not leaks holmes. I've been with them for a while and it's legit. Try it before you bash it bud.

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    I was a fan X-MIX back in the 90's, until they stopped pressing vinyl. Times change...
    Promo Only seems to be on top of the tunes.
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    promoone.com doesn't seem to like my beatport login... Is it invite only, country restricted or something else. I can't find anything like that in their info... Looks like a decent service (and legit, which is more than what can be said for most mp3pools)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BodegaBrad View Post
    @combo - Nah...they're not leaks holmes. I've been with them for a while and it's legit. Try it before you bash it bud.
    obviously, but I was not referring to your link. It was just .. in general, people should be careful.

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    i use cdpool.com. been subscribed to the club promo for about 4 months now. if you work it right, you can get it for like 50p per track on the cds (UK only i think). great service too, ive been getting some big tracks that ive heard on the radio several months after i got it on promo.

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    Yooo there's this really great new record pool i've been using called the mix tools - I'd definitely call this great pool my secret weapon lol. Very affordable too.

    Here's a link to check out their blog -- http://www.themixtools.blogspot.com
    Here's a link to DL a sampler pack of their edits -- http://www.mediafire.com/?vmh1cpybh11be90 the pool has a fantastic selection of ReDrums, DJ Friendly intros/outros, Quick Hitters,
    Acapella intros/outros, Transition/Segue edits and more for all genres and eras of music. Furthermore unlike many record pools all their edits are
    QUANTIZED - meaning the song STAYS at 1 speed, or BPM - which is especially important when mixing music from the 80s and beforehand before a lot of the music was quantized, or for music with live drummers
    (Rock, Soul, Motown, Oldies, etc)
    check it out- you WON'T be disappointed. The special DJ Edits from TheMixtools help me stay ahead of my competition!!

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    From DJforums...


    http://www.8thwondercdpool.com/ - $12.99 monthly (mostly top 40 and popular dance)

    http://www.cicana.com/ - 15 Euros monthly (Urban)

    http://www.masspool.com/ - The CD and digital - $64.99 per month. Shipping and insurance is $7 per box sent Post Office Priority Mail or UPS and can be shipped Internationally to other countries. So if your located out of the US, No problem. / MP3 is $24.99 per month (Mostly house, dance)

    http://www.exclusivegrooves.com/ - $50.00 Monthly (a bit of everything)

    http://digitaldjpool.com/ - Free 10 day trial, then $10.00 monthly (Hip Hop/Dance)

    http://www.franchiserecordpool.com/ - $20.00 monthly (Mostly urban, old skool hip hop, Reggae and a bit of everything else)

    http://www.djlatino.com/ - CD media/MP3 - Variable cost depending on shipping location (Reggaeton, Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Tipico)

    http://www.djcity.com/ - $30.00 monthly (billed in 3 month increments) (Popular dance, Hip Hop and top 40)

    http://www.recordpoolcharts.com/ - Offers different packages Dance or Hip Hop $30.00 monthly and VIP package $50.00 monthly

    http://www.media2radio.com - 50 per year (commercial and mainstream

    http://www.Mymp3pool.com - $19.95 monthly (top 40 / commercial dance)

    http://www.digiwaxx.com/ - Free, you must provide feedback and reviews for downloads (Urban, Hip Hop and Rap influenced)

    http://www.whitelabel.net/ - Free for

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    I use www.djcity.com for my top 40's
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    I'm using DMS pretty good for top 40/ commercial stuff. also has a pretty good selection of dance/club/electronic songs.

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