RocketFoot Posted March 9 Share Posted March 9 I am new to the vintage audio world even though I used to live it in the late 80's and 90's! I was a DJ for almost 15 years and I used to have a van full of records, CD's and even cassettes! As life moved on, partners moved away and equipment and music got sold off...fast forward to now, I am back into music but I literally have zero media! I have been searching ebay, Discogs and even bought a few new albums at Walmart but damn! I can't afford to make all these people and place rich with some of the prices they are asking for vinyl, CD's and cassettes! So my question for you guys is where are you having good luck finding vintage audio software, LOL? Do you try to buy huge lots? Do you just buy your favorite titles/artists a few at a time? It's way different for me this time around...I used to go to Galaxy Records in Pittsburgh and buy a milk crate full of vinyl and CD's usually twice a month! New, unheard cuts, new artists old staples...you name it! Now the place is gone and I don't have the DJ income to afford them anyway so, yeah...mainly just looking for ideas and inspiration for my new journey into the always entertaining world of music! 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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