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Vinyl Terror and Horror by Steve E. on Mon Apr 21, 2014 10:31 am
Who did this? I love it.

Update, courtesy of Tape: It is actually two women who have a website called http://vinylterrorandhorror.com.

Vinyl -terror & -horror is a collaboration between Camilla Sørensen and Greta Christensen.

Our approach to music starts from a visual and sculptural practice. Turntable deconstruction and rearrangement of the vinyl media in all imaginative ways is strongly influencing our sounds.

We are working in the field of cinematic soundscapes with a high tolerance level of possible hi- fi disasters.

Sentimental heartbreaking sequences where the opera singer is looping and the birds are singing backwards……. untill the breakdown of needles and chaos taking over. Cut up and mistreated records looping and creaking from dust and sloppy treatment. Pick-up`s being pushed disr...

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Happy Record Store Day, 2014 by Steve E. on Sat Apr 19, 2014 11:16 am

"But all that news — grim as it is — obscures one of the more surprising success stories in music: the perseverance, and even growth, of independent stores around the country, helped partly by Record Store Day, a campaign that comes to 2,000 stores around the world on Saturday."

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Deep Grooves Mastering - Plastic Cutting Video Guide by opcode66 on Thu Apr 17, 2014 5:37 pm

Hope you all enjoy. Following the steps outlined in the video will save you time, frustration and possibly damage to your stylus. We fully support all of our DGM products and our proud to add this video to the documentation.

A video guide to cutting polycarbonate plastic blanks using the Deep Grooves Mastering Diamond Cutting Stylus. This is a step by step guide that includes explanations and practical advice. For more information on purchasing a diamond cutting stylus from Deep Grooves Mastering please visit our web site http://www.deepgroovesmastering.com

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Record dream by Nermal on Thu Apr 17, 2014 2:09 pm
I dreamt a friend found me a strange record at a yard sale. It was made out of bubblegum-pink rubber, as found in old fashioned whoopie cushions.

The record was shaped like an upside-down Devo hat, which is to say it had four stepped levels, each with a band of audio on it. You had to fold down the upper levels to play the lower levels. My friend apologized for its low sound quality, but I was amazed it existed.

The record was called "the Four Seasons of Chomalox," which is wrong, because, as Sport Murphy rhapsodizes in the link below, there are eight seasons of Chromalox.

Not sure what any of it means, but there it is.


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Presto 6N: Adjusting Idler Wheels by Steve E. on Thu Apr 17, 2014 12:23 pm

In Part 2 of my visit with Tragwag aka Tyler Bisson, we take the platters off and talk about some adjustments to the idler wheels which might improve the torque and speed of your Presto system. Among other things.

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