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Re: Releasing music

PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2019 10:24 am
by Guest
CS70 wrote:
Still Vibrations wrote:I am still in the world where you take a cassette release round to the numerous small record shops and ask them if they would stock it.

Which small record shops? :D

London was full of them until the 1990s, especially in Soho.

Re: Releasing music

PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2019 10:25 am
by CS70
Still Vibrations wrote:
CS70 wrote:
Still Vibrations wrote:I am still in the world where you take a cassette release round to the numerous small record shops and ask them if they would stock it.

Which small record shops? :D

London was full of them until the 1990s, especially in Soho.

Yeah, Milan too. Good times...

Re: Releasing music

PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2019 3:02 pm
by James Perrett
CS70 wrote:
Still Vibrations wrote:I am still in the world where you take a cassette release round to the numerous small record shops and ask them if they would stock it.

Which small record shops? :D

Still a few around here which are mainly catering for collectors. Pie and Vinyl in Southsea and Harbour Records in Emsworth are two that immediately spring to mind.

Re: Releasing music

PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2019 3:50 pm
by Guest
I need to do more research into this area. People now ask me if I have a CD player before they give me a CD of their latest music. A lot of the younger generation don't have any physical playback systems at all, CD, vinyl, cassette etc. A lot of DJ equipment can now play wave and mp3 files. Any electronic parts I supply are invariably played back on a laptop as 24bit wave files. Things are definitely different now than they were even a few years ago.