Do you want to listen to your classic rock tracks without having to take out your old vinyl player? I know it takes a while for me to set it up and put it back to its storage space. Why don’t you try getting a copy of those classics into your computer? In the age of information, there are many ways to take those old songs and put it into your computer – and eventually into your mp3 player.
Have you tried looking for them on the Internet? I know if you’re not a user, it is more difficult to find the songs outside of those really exclusive, branded websites. I tried peer to peer download programs. The problem is the other users have to be online so you can download from them. And it’s not even a sure thing that they’re willing to share their treasures with you. The torrents sound good but be careful of those shady websites that are infested with viruses and spyware. You might be welcoming them into your precious little computer – and you know what happens when they do. Another thing with torrents is that they need seeders to make that download time a little bit more manageable. I don’t think you would want to leave your computer on for several days just to wait for a couple of songs to finish.
You can go to websites and pay for your downloads but, again, its never a guarantee that they have all the songs you are looking for.
What if the Internet isn’t enough? What if you really, really, can’t find the songs you want on the Internet? What if you exhausted all of the different combinations of keywords on those search engine websites? Would you really go through the trouble of going to a studio with your vinyl to have your songs digitized?
Thanks to modern technology and a little creative thinking, you can now take those tracks and slap it into your hard drive. With the new USB Turntable, you can simply plug it into your USB port, put on your vinyl and let it digitize into your computer. Now you can have the digital copy of your favorite classic songs and do whatever you want with it. Put it in your player