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01:33 PM on 11/12/12
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HyperactiveYout
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I've never understood electronic music like this on vinyl, what does it add to the sound? I feel like it would detract from the sound that he tried to accomplish with his music. It just feels so gimmicky when EDM artists do this.
02:25 PM on 11/12/12
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HyperactiveYout
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Or some people actually still use vinyl when they play and would like to have these tracks. I don't see how it's gimmicky when the music started around the form of vinyl.

I'm not hating on vinyl. I'm just saying it doesn't seem to be the best format to listen to EDM. Everybody talks about how it's a lot more "raw", which is sort of the exact opposite description I would assume you would want from listening to Skrillex. I'd say the crisper sound you can achieve with a less analogue music format benefits EDM. That's just my opinion though, but I'll admit if I was a bigger fan of Skrillex the collector in me would buy this in a second anyways.

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