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Turn table math

I thought this was very interesting

Posted in Explanations, Mechanical, Science, Truth, Vinyl

A Social Experiment

I’ve been thinking about a social experiment. I often take calls from people looking for services, I’ve met a lot of great people in this industry and I do stand by their great work and contributions.   So instead of

Posted in APKaudio, AudioAholics.com, Cable, Casses, Computer Interface, Design, Location, Macgyvered, Mechanical, Mixing, Monitoring, New Gear, ORANGE, Patching, Tools, Truth, Upgrade, Vinyl

A project I’ve been working on has come… full circle ;-)

Congrats to Kevin Park and the Lacquer channel team for getting the Neumann VMS70 back in the game. A fantastic project to have been a part of! We recapped the entire audio electronics for Kevin before he had lathe aficionado

Posted in Amplifier, APKaudio, Rack Mount, Recording, Records, Repair, Tools, Upgrade, Vinyl

Neumann cutting lathe acceleration limiter

Here are some before shots of the Neumann cutting lathe acceleration limiter BSB-74 It’s a really work of art in there, had to share.

Posted in History, Projects, Records, Repair, Upgrade, Vinyl

Neumann VMS-70 Cutting Lathe Restoration

Boy am I excited to have been a part of a restoration of a Neumann VMS-70 Cutting lathe.  It is currently being setup at Tonronto’s Lacquer Channel  and undergoing calibration.  I have more pictures to post as we’re done a complete

Posted in Amplifier, APKaudio, Recording, Records, Repair, Vinyl

Doing some homework

reading up on an upcoming restoration project.

Posted in Amplifier, Monitoring, Vinyl

Repairing a Phono Pre-amp

Posted in Amplifier, Repair, Vinyl

what’s 3,060 grams and the best bday gift ever?

Posted in Vinyl

http://www.musichallaudio.com/detail.php?p=88

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Transfering Records in reverse

I was given a 78 to transfer. When I transfer something one of a kind I do 3 passes. The first is dry, dusted as the client delivered. The second is wet (Ultrasonic bath if possible) The third is in

Posted in APKaudio, Mechanical, Projects, Recording, Records, Repair, Tricks, Vinyl

Sound And The Story

Posted in Explanations, History, Recording, Truth, Vinyl

High Quality Recording and Reproducing of Music and Speech – 1926

From: http://www.charm.rhul.ac.uk/history/p20_4_1_3.html High Quality Recording and Reproducing of Music and Speech By J P Maxfield and H C Harrison (Bell Telephone Laboratories 1926). Introductory paragraphs by Roger Beardsley. The age of electrical recording In this time of incredible technical achievements

Posted in APKaudio, History, Mechanical, Microphones, Monitoring, Recording, Truth, Vinyl

Portable Record Player

I saw this today, thought it was rather amazing. 

Posted in Mechanical, Portable, Records, Vinyl
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