Where do you buy your music?

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r0k
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Re: Where do you buy your music?

Post by r0k » Tue Oct 18, 2011 4:40 am

Topics a bit old but well, OK.
I try to buy my digital downloads as FLACs so choices are limited : Qobuz, Bandcamp, HDtracks or Musicishere.
I also have an e-music subscription and i buy there albums i can't find as flacs.

I say no to piracy and Apples' audio formats :lol:

flintop12
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Re: Where do you buy your music?

Post by flintop12 » Fri Dec 23, 2011 9:32 am

I do like malachisecretspy because I like the CD feeling too.
sometime I buy music in internet in many website are available which is sales music but mostly I purchase cd because in cd most off songs are available which is is like to me.
but, sometime I can't find proper artist then I am using some website which help for me.

svburke
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Re: Where do you buy your music?

Post by svburke » Fri Dec 30, 2011 5:44 pm

I buy CD's and SACD's from Amazon primarily, and also from my local FYE, which has a very nice classical section, well stocked by a smart guy.

But I am starting to prefer downloads, partly to save space, because almost all the time I prefer to play my music through MM > USB DAC > receiver. Easier to get to, less hassle.

I get some downloads from emusic.com; that's where I get the occasional pop/rock album that intrigues me. But I prefer lossless. Generally one can get classical lossless downloads from the labels. My two favorite sites are the Hyperion site (www.hyperion-records.uk) and The Classical Shop, which stocks Chandos, BIS, and a long list of other labels. All very interesting stuff, much more interesting consistently than what's available from the majors.

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