How It's Made - Vinyl Records

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+16 1. etplayer commented 9 years ago

They still make vinyl records? O_O I haven't seen a record player in probably close to 2 decades...
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+18 2. huldu commented 9 years ago

Why would someone vote down #1 when he is clearly stating the facts?
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+4 3. havix1 commented 9 years ago

vinyl is the full sound when id is recored. Un like digital sampling of a CD that leaves out some of the sound, not a hole lot but some of the sound is missing. Yes Cds are the same every time it is played and should last a long time. I like my vinyl. It makes fell youg still.
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+3 4. Zeri commented 9 years ago

I like the mini press 7:51 . Like butter
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+10 5. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

#1 as the vid said in the beginning..some DJ's still like to use vinyl. Not everything is better when digitalized..but then again..its a matter of taste. An E-Guitar playing an acustic sound on an amplifier is never as good as a real acoustic guitar either =)
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+3 6. antrax13 commented 9 years ago

my friend who is dj still using vinyl and it looks awesome when he changing tracks and vinyls. he is mixing dnb but said it so bloody expensive to buy them or make them produce
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+3 7. cameramaster commented 9 years ago

I still have a load of vinyl's .and i love the quality of sound they produce, its much " warmer" than Cd's
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+3 8. sartre commented 9 years ago

Wow - what an intricate process to make a vinyl record. It's closer to traditional craftmanship than mass production.

I can see why the record companies wanted to make CDs: it saves them a lot of money. Shame when they brought in the CD they charged the same price as for vinyl. But then they shot themselves in the foot: by changing an analog technology to digital they ushered in the mp3 era and now they're moaning that it's too easy to copy and distribute music. Serves them right for being so greedy imo.
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+5 9. mikeaza commented 9 years ago

Speaking of music, the music in the video was horrible !
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+4 10. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

Compared to MP3 it is ten times better. most digital copies of a song, are missing out the top, lower and double frequencies, they are perfect to play on a regular cellphone or player, but with high performance speakers you better use vinyl.
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0 11. Tarc commented 9 years ago

"SOME" DJs? Man I've just seen 3 this weekend
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+2 12. Guss commented 9 years ago

#1 go to real music shops, you will find some
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0 13. HellsVacancy commented 9 years ago

My Johnny Cash Live At San Quentin LP sounds better than the CD version i own, thats a fact, My Dad has TONS of old records, one sad day ill end up going through them
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+2 14. zoidberg-returns commented 9 years ago

If you want to know the different between vinyl and cd's, then watch this link:
Vinyl is recorded "full range", CD's are not! But it does not have to be this way...

Maybe you can’t tell the difference on some cheep speakers. But if you, like my, have invested in some quality speakers - then the compression on CD's is horrible :-( The do it to make them seem louder… There is enough space on the compact disk to record the music without mastering.
More info here:

If you want to let the music live, and stop the mastering/loudness on CDs - then go to this page: - The Loudness War - An Open Letter To The Music Industry.
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+2 15. Siruss commented 9 years ago

It is like this, with a music CD all you buy is the binary code to re-recreate the music. When you buy a vinyl record you are actually buying the real sound recording of the music and the voices of those instruments and singers.

At one time when one would go buy vinyl you actually bought something, now you are buying a bunch of 0's and 1's whether it is a CD or MP3 format.

And if your were a serious music collector would you collect something fake or something that is real.
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0 16. ringmaster commented 9 years ago

Lots of talk about MP3, I use FLAC, and before someone argues, yes, I hear the difference. Of course the sound in this video is digitalized, so it would be pointless to compare...?
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+3 17. andrer999 commented 9 years ago

"What sorcery is this?" :D

I still don't get how a simple needle riding through a carving in a vynil slice can produce such complex sounds...

But i also dont get how a magnet can reproduce sounds either.... :S

I call it magic.