Does traktor have anything like vdj netsearch
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    Default Does traktor have anything like vdj netsearch

    well if you didn't know Vdj has a feature that you pay $10 a month and you get acceses to over 15 million songs (powerd by grooveshark) that you stream, and i was wondering if traktor has anything like that.

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    nope.
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    Isn't grooveshark filled with a lot of stuff uploaded by its users? Not sure that would always be good as far as song bitrate and sound quality.
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    Is Grooveshark still around, they are in serious trouble with the record labels...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksandvik View Post
    Is Grooveshark still around, they are in serious trouble with the record labels...
    I assume if you can still use the service

    Quote Originally Posted by firebr4nd View Post
    Isn't grooveshark filled with a lot of stuff uploaded by its users? Not sure that would always be good as far as song bitrate and sound quality.
    yes, true, but i'm not going to be using it for all my music only songs that are still hard to find good quailty or something, and i'm not a big fan of just looking for torrents of old albums etc..

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    Grooveshark is quite illegal in most record company eyes, that said the average Virtual DJ user probably doesn't buy the majority of their music in the first place.... Either way I don't see the company lasting much longer

    I also take issue with a company charging for music when they are giving even less back then Spotify (and that's saying something)

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