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August: Preview a Special Batch of Used Vinyl

News,Records,Vinyl Alert 29 August 2015 | 0 Comments

A Short Film About Vinyl

Film Alert,Record Store Day,Records,Vinyl Alert 21 September 2013 | 0 Comments

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36 Things Vinyl Collectors Love

Records,Vinyl Alert,Words of Advice 7 August 2013 | 0 Comments

Highlifers will enjoy this post of 36 things on the joy of records.

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30% off Used Vinyl Sat. Apr 20th

Record Store Day,Records,Vinyl Alert 13 April 2013 | 0 Comments

Celebrating 30 years, we’re offering 30% off used vinyl on Saturday April 20th – Record Store Day!

See you then!

MACKLEMORE AND RYAN LEWIS LOOK INCREDIBLE from Record Store Day on Vimeo.

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Jack White: Record Store Day Ambassador

Record Store Day,Records,Vinyl Alert 12 March 2013 | 0 Comments

JACK WHITE: RECORD STORE DAY 2013 AMBASSADOR from Record Store Day on Vimeo.

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Documentary on Vinyl: “For the Record”

Film Alert,Records,Vinyl Alert 26 February 2013 | 0 Comments

A expedition undertaken to discover, learn, meet and document the ideas and people behind the controls of vinyl record production. Recorded over 6 weeks, travelling through Germany, Switzerland, Austria and the UK – For The Record exposes a number of notions about why vinyl is such an indelible medium and how it continues to remain popular in the the face of opposing format change.”

For the record from NEKTAR on Vimeo.

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Vinyl Cutting by leading LA Mastering Engineer

Records 3 August 2012 | 0 Comments

Interesting article on Vinyl Cutting by leading Mastering Engineer Pete Lyman (Radiohead, Ben Harper, Best Coast and No Age):

American sales of vinyl records grew 36% in 2011, for a SoundScan total of 3.9 million albums. Lyman says that vinyl makes up 60% of Infrasonic’s mastering jobs, and that his vinyl work has grown 230% over the last five years — 40% in the last year alone.

“We want to educate people about what vinyl’s supposed to sound like,” Lyman said. “You can’t skimp on this last part of the process. It’s your art.”

As recorded music grows more ephemeral and digital, and artists are capable of producing and mixing in home studios, the hair-pulling aspects of mastering and cutting quality vinyl are a reminder that an LP is an artifact. It takes a kind of alchemy to forge it from sound waves and raw plastic.

Read the full article at the LA Times >…

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Classic Peanuts.

Records 2 August 2012 | 0 Comments

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