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What's the point of re-releasing a track that was already released on Beyond Reality?
Cause, this is full track. That´s the new way to make money with hardstyle
same story currently experiencing all edm scene, people buy cd album with shitty mix/radio edits, than after few months coming SAMPLER 1-10, typically for Scantraxx for example.
N°1 - This is because listeners don't want to listen 1 minute of intro.
N°2 - It's because of webistes like this, that labels are trying to grab money where they can.
N°3 - To make money is not a crime
N°4 - You all are not paying for it
Maybe that's because the artists/labels want to keep their new tracks exclusive for their own sets. When doing a set, you could use a cut version, but the full is preferable. By releasing it later they might want to prevent others for playing it in their sets.
I never read the comments on here but this one has got me. You see my friends, if you are playing real sets in clubs and venues like a real dj then you definitely aren't using the junk that this website and others put out. All these tracks, no matter what torrent, sound like ass when played on a venues legit sound system. Real djs pay for their music because the sound quality is 100%. So this website remains harmless in that most here are hobbyists or audiophiles not using these tracks to gain anything monetarily.. and by going to live shows and spending cash on gear like flags hats shirts, you can support these artists. Album sales are not the only revenue involved with mainstream dj's, especially the Dutch and Euro type.
I agree that these lossy files sound like ass on anything besides a smart phone. Also yes artits get money from gigs and (sometimes) from merch. Nobody is making music from music alone these days unless its Metallica etc.
Lol! So much bullshit in 1 post.
You shouldn't compare google play downloads with wav's. The wav's i get from the original producers are nothing better than the wav's i download from an illegal source.
If a soundsystem sucks or the producer didn't do a proper mixdown it will sound like crap, no mather where you got the track from.
And don't act like pro dj's/producers are any better then you, me or anybody who downloads tracks here, because i know loads of dj's/producers who download tracks from here or any other illegal website. Same for daw's and vst(i)'s.
The comment begins by expressing surprise at reading the comments on the website and then goes on to make several points about the quality of the music tracks available on the site. The author argues that professional DJs who play in clubs and venues would not use the tracks on this site as they are of low quality and do not sound good on a "legit sound system." The author suggests that "real" DJs pay for their music to ensure high-quality sound and that this website is mostly frequented by hobbyists or audiophiles who do not use these tracks for monetary gain. The author then makes a case for supporting artists by attending live shows and purchasing merchandise, arguing that album sales are not the only revenue stream for mainstream DJs, particularly those from the Dutch and Euro scenes.
The comment is well-structured and presents a clear argument. The author uses informal language, such as "junk" and "ass," which adds a sense of passion to their message. The tone is authoritative and confident, suggesting that the author has firsthand experience in the music industry. The use of the phrase "real DJ" is somewhat contentious and could be seen as exclusionary.