How can you find out if you have an early matrix number on your vinyl records?
Any of the following websites may be able to provide the value of your album: www.neatstuff.net/records/Records.html
Trying to find out the worth of your vinyl records can be a tedious task. There are quite a few factors to consider when determining the value of your vinyl record collection such as: The Release Date The Condition of the Vinyl Record Limited Release/Discontinued Sealed or not Rare or Bizarre Artwork Promotional Vinyl Records If you are a beginner, the easiest way to grade the value of your vinyl records is to pick up…
Mostly in the late 80's and early 90's as tapes, cds and eventually digital copies became the norm. However there are several artists who continue to release vinyl records, as there is a resurgence in intrest in vinyl records. (some musicians and consumers believe that the digital production of music makes it lesser, because it is 'overly produced') Metallica's last album was released on vinyl several years ago and their next album will be as…
What is the value of vinyl records from 1903 through 1913 I have labels by M-G-M Victrola Victor Oxford Silvertone Columbia and Harmony.?
Vinyl record enthusiasts all over the world are still buying vinyl! They usually purchase from small specialist shops, like 1NOTE who are a UK online retailer who sell Sealed New Vinyl Records. There's also many specific band collectors who still buy and trade vinyl. Especially rare records can sell for over £1000 even on websites like ebay.
The 'matrix code' refers to a hand written or stamp numbers or symbols that are inscribed into the grooves at the end of a vinyl record. This is the empty or dead area at the end of the recording. Sometimes this is just the recording companies information but sometimes has a little extra from the sound engineer. This can make certain records worth more in the collectors market.
You have old vinyl records that you cannot find anymore on CD so you want to record them to CD How legal is it?
Matrix Number/Vinyl Etchings - Matrix numbers are alphanumeric codes stamped or scrawled into the run out groove (inside rim) of a record that indicates one or several of the following: record label catalog number, mastering codes, stamper codes, name or initials of the mastering engineer, and/or ciphers indicating the pressing plant or mastering house used. Sometimes there are inscriptions or phrases (often humorous in nature) written in the run out groove. These are scribed or…
it depends on what records they are and on the condition of them . there are some that are very valuable like his 5 Suns and his early 78 records can fetch up to $100 or more depending on which ones. most of the records people have are not worth a lot . not nearly as much as some people think. but there are those hidden gems. so happy hunting.
In the year 1888 by a guy named Emile Berliner. RCA introduced the vinyl record in the 1930's. It was a financial failure after a few years. Vinyl records became more common during WWII when their durability for shipment to our troops overseas became important. Generally vinyl did not become the material of choice until the late 1940's.