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    How do you guys go about it?
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    Beatport, Traxsource, iTunes, and emusic are my main ones. I'll use Juno some, but the exchange rate keeps me from using them a lot.
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    I like beatport myself for finding trance tracks still kinda unsure on what to choose sooo many tracks, I love the more upbeat tracks
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    traxsource is my personal favourite, love the promo's

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    I used to use beatport exclusively, but my new go to is www.satelliterecords.com. They helped shape the EDM community on the east coast in the begining, and they just came back with digital downloads after a few years away. Aside from the personal reasons of liking them, they really are a kick ass site too. Their player is leaps and bounds better than the beatport player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sobi View Post
    I used to use beatport exclusively, but my new go to is www.satelliterecords.com. They helped shape the EDM community on the east coast in the begining, and they just came back with digital downloads after a few years away. Aside from the personal reasons of liking them, they really are a kick ass site too. Their player is leaps and bounds better than the beatport player.

    AWESOME THANKS!!! I like how i can preview multiple areas of a song and not just the breakdown like on beatport also the audio quality is better
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    Although I'm a fan of beatport, it can get a little pricey, so what you can do sometimes is find a song on beatport and search for it on iTunes. A $2.50 purchase just turned into .99c This doesn't sound like much until you have a cart full of beatport tracks each worth $2.50. 10 tracks for $25 or 10 tracks for $10 do the math. I know the quality on beatport is the difference but I'm fine with the quality of iTunes stuff.

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    I frequent all of those sites but wanted to give a little love to 7digital.

    320K bitrates and great prices.

    http://us.7digital.com

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