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'Purists' believe that "real DJs" use and spin vinyl records. This is at a time when digital and laptop DJs are increasingly taking over the mainstream.
Contrary to what some may believe, vinyl isn't some kind of extinct or obsolete musical format. Record companies do still release music on vinyl format, although not as much as in previous decades.
These days, music is also available on digital formats (such as CDs and MP3 downloadable files). There's even technologically advanced DJ equipment available, which can emulate the vinyl/turntable experience. 'Purists' believe these can never 'replace' the experience of an actual vinyl on turntable mix-session. In fact, 'Purists' believe these types of technologies only serve to deviate from the core tenets of true DJ and turntablist culture.
Track Masters chooses to remain neutral regarding these matters and promotes unity within the DJ and turntablist community. Many excellent, respectable DJs and turntablists have embraced digital as well as these newer technologies to much success.
There are certainly pros and cons that go along with music format comparisons as well as DJ equipment technology.
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