Vinyl Is Final

I have roughly give or take about 500 vinyl albums. I love them, their the best, nothing can replace the unmistable sound they have.
Yes, I even still have a turntable and I listen to them as often as I can.

Over the years I've hooked my turntable up to my computer and I've been converting them to MP3's so I can either burn them to CD or listen to them on my MP3 player.
As a rule though I don't edit down the little snaps and crackles of the vinyl sound, somehow it's comforting to hear those sounds.

I have no intention of giving up my vinyl either, they'll have to pry them from my cold dead hands when the time comes.
Oh I do have CD's in my music collection, but I still comb through thrift stores looking for more vinyl to add to my collection.
Southernman48 Southernman48
46-50, M
1 Response Aug 12, 2010

I have been working on converting them for a while now, it's a lot of work but I see it as a labor of love. Music has been such an important part of my life since I was young right up there with books.<br />
I have albums from the 50's, 60's, 70's, and 80's.<br />
Music for me holds memories, a place I was one time, people I was with, music was my companion through the low times and it was there celebrating the good times.<br />
I'd love to see you're collection as well.<br />
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I had this thought when I was young that there is a set amount of notes and what would happen when all the combination's of those notes have been made and there is no more music. Once that point is reached all music will begin to sound the same. I know it sounds crazy, but I had myself convinced that it could happen.