The more space on your hard drive, the better, otherwise, where are you going to store all of that music when youâ€™re not carrying around records in crates anymore? James says jokingly, â€œI had five crates of records I was carrying [back in the day] and I was driving a little [Mazda] Miata. Tell me how I was able to do all that?â€ He continues, â€œI know the pain, I know the struggle and Iâ€™m happy where it is right now.â€
While record labels used to send out bulky vinyl, most music in record pools is now sent in mp3 format and CD versions. Not only does that save time and space, but money in a financially strapped industry. However, storing music on your laptop is a no-no as it takes too much space. Consider the 1TB G-Drive external hard drive from G-Tech, which promises high-speed and high-performance. For more intensive storage devices, G-Tech offers drives with up to 3TB (thatâ€™s three terabytes, which equals 3,000 gigabytes) of storage space for your tunes.