Electronic Music Anthology Vol 1 / Various: A Vinyl Journey Through Time

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Yo, DJ Ace in the house! I just got my hands on the Electronic Music Anthology Vol 1 / Various double vinyl LP comp and let me tell you, it's a real journey through time. This anthology is a must-have for anyone who loves electronic music, especially the classics. The collection features timeless house classics like Raze's "Break 4 Love", Robin S' "Show Me Love", and Hardrive's "Deep Inside".

This vinyl LP comp is perfect for aspiring record producers and music engineers who want to learn about the evolution of electronic music. It's also great for anyone who wants to relive the good old vinyl days and experience the warmth and richness of vinyl sound.

One of the cool things about this anthology is that it includes some of the most iconic drum machine sounds, like the drum roll sound, that are still being used in modern electro pop and synth music. And if you're into drill music, you'll love Lupe Fiasco's "Drill Music in Zion", and Vince Staples' "Ramona Park Broke My Heart".

Another feature that I love about this vinyl LP comp is that it includes a code for free LANDR mastering. This means you can get your tracks professionally mastered and ready for release. Plus, if you want to get creative with the samples, you can use Splice Beat Maker or ElectraX to create your own lip gloss song. And if you need to trim your audio files, you can use the online audio trimmer or MP3 trimmer online.

- Timeless house classics
- Includes iconic drum machine sounds
- Free LANDR mastering code
- Includes Lupe Fiasco and Vince Staples' drill music
- Can use Splice Beat Maker and ElectraX to create your own beats
- Includes online audio trimmer and MP3 trimmer online

- Limited to only electronic music fans
- Vinyl can be easily scratched if not handled properly

In conclusion, Electronic Music Anthology Vol 1 / Various is a must-have vinyl LP comp for any electronic music fan, record producer, or music engineer. It's a journey through time that showcases the evolution of electronic music and includes some of the most iconic house classics. It's also a great resource for anyone who wants to master their tracks and get creative with their own beats. Overall, I'd give it a solid 8.5 out of 10.

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