piątek, 4 lutego 2011

Share ye music collection!


If you love music as much as me or even more, collect old vinyls like me, then this is something for you!

What I am talking about is this website called Discogs - a site dedicated to audiophiles. After registering, you have the ability to build your own list of albums you would like to buy and, what's even better, add music to your collection! Yes, you actually can use the built-in search engine to access Discogs' massive database of artists and their albums and add albums you own to your list. Neat, eh?

If this is not enough for you, then wait for this! Discogs allows you to buy whole albums or by them one by one in a digital form. And if this is still not enough - you can search the site for users who want to sell something from their collection and buy it through the site. What's more, you can also sell something from your collection if you want.

No some details about the site. Discogs launched on October 2000 by Kevin Lewandowski and was meant to be a massive database of electronic music. On July 25, 2010 the site contained more than 2 million releases, more than 1.6 million artists and nearly 170 000 labels.

But what about those vinyls I mentioned before? Well, the database contains also vinyl releases and you can buy them from Discogs' community members around the world. That's why I really like this site!

If you want to check it out, click here!

That's all for today! Cheers!

5 komentarzy:

  1. really cool concept, ill check it out

  2. that sounds awesome, i'll have to give it a try

  3. Sounds interesting, I'll tell my friend who has tons of vinyls.