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How is a vinyl record recorded?

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2008-04-05 17:55:31
2008-04-05 17:55:31

The master record is cut on a machine a little bit like like a record player, only the music is fed TO the cutting needle and imprints the groove with ridges and bumps as it cuts. the needle moves across the record at a pre- determined rate.The coil of swarth that comes off the needle is sucked up by a tiny vacuum cleaner to stop it from piling up.The master is duplicated by a moulding process.

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See the related link below.

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There is an explanation of how a vinyl record is made on the website below, it's brief in 4 points and explains the whole process clearly from start to finish.


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