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The best online tools for record collectors

Discogs VinylHub WhoSampled
  1. Discover music on Discogs, the largest online music database. Buy and sell music with collectors in the Marketplace.
    Powered by Discogs, Vinyl Hub is the most exhaustive record shop database out there, with 5,491 crowd-sourced entries at time of writing. Explore the map or search by location, where you’ll find listing for each shop, with a short description and photos if you’re lucky. The community also regularly updates listings with closures, which is particularly useful when heading into the sticks. Also check the recordshops.org map, which includes a few spots you find find on Vinyl Hub, like Kerewan Sound in the Gambian coastal town of Banjul.

    #Shopping #Music #Audio & Music 289 social mentions

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    Vinyl Engine

    This product hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet
    Vinyl DJs, your life is about to get a little bit easier. Disco Nest is an online application that grabs the musical metadata from every record on Discogs, to tell you the key, time signature and crucially BPMs of each track. It also links to YouTube and Spotify where possible as well as giving you the option to buy the records via Juno

  3. Every physical record shop on the planet.
    Powered by Discogs, Vinyl Hub is the most exhaustive record shop database out there, with 5,491 crowd-sourced entries at time of writing. Explore the map or search by location, where you’ll find listing for each shop, with a short description and photos if you’re lucky. The community also regularly updates listings with closures, which is particularly useful when heading into the sticks. Also check the recordshops.org map, which includes a few spots you find find on Vinyl Hub, like Kerewan Sound in the Gambian coastal town of Banjul.

    #Music #Ios #Web App 2 social mentions

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    Popsike

    This product hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet
    Vinyl DJs, your life is about to get a little bit easier. Disco Nest is an online application that grabs the musical metadata from every record on Discogs, to tell you the key, time signature and crucially BPMs of each track. It also links to YouTube and Spotify where possible as well as giving you the option to buy the records via Juno

  5. Chatbot to stay up to date on music releases 🐦
    New on the scene is Record Bird a new service that will hook you up with info about your favourite artists’ upcoming vinyl releases when they happen. Currently just a website with a limited catalogue, it’s worth keeping an eye on developments here as there’s an app in the works that will make sure you always get the worm. Artists and labels are also encouraged to get involved and submit releases.

    #Music #Events #Tech

  6. WhoSampled, the service that identifies music samples
    Welcome to the world’s largest archive of samples, cover songs and remixes, charting over one thousand years of music history. Anyone can submit detail on a sample, which, subject to approval and critique, is then added to the database for the world to explore. WhoSampled’s huge collection of over 360,000 tracks and 200,000 samples is an incredible testament to the art of sampling or as they put it, “the DNA of music”. Get started with the most sampled tracks, most covered and most remixed tracks of all time.

    #Audio Player #Music #Audio & Music

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    John Peel Archive

    This product hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet
    Vinyl DJs, your life is about to get a little bit easier. Disco Nest is an online application that grabs the musical metadata from every record on Discogs, to tell you the key, time signature and crucially BPMs of each track. It also links to YouTube and Spotify where possible as well as giving you the option to buy the records via Juno

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    Disco Nest

    This product hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet
    Vinyl DJs, your life is about to get a little bit easier. Disco Nest is an online application that grabs the musical metadata from every record on Discogs, to tell you the key, time signature and crucially BPMs of each track. It also links to YouTube and Spotify where possible as well as giving you the option to buy the records via Juno

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