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Can you technically illustrate how the record is made?
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Published: 06. Januar 2019
Written by: Super User

Can you technically illustrate how the record is made?

First of all a proper master must be performed for the transfer operation, it has to follow all the standards such as low/high frequency cuts. Phase correction at low frequencies where from 300hz down everything becomes mono, and related mid / high frequency controls that could limit a good performance on wax.
Unlike the classic acetates made with the cutting machines, the system we use has been specially designed and built with a diamond with certain features that “write” on a virgin vinyl with a quality that has nothing to envy to the classic disc produced through the cut, galvanic and printing process. The rules of this type of incision process are the same as a regular vinyl where duration and frequencies reproduced by the track determine the final volume of the record. In those cases where you have a single track of six seven minutes, the sound performance is really high with analogue volume even of + 6 / + 9 db.

Our vinyls are made with PVC blanks, the same material of pressed vinyls. Compared to standard records our product sounds better in most of the cases. Our records are durable as pressed vinyls and can be cut up to +9dB*, achieving a higher sound level and intensity.
* = volume depends on the playing time, so if longer tracks have to be cut on the vinyl the volume has to be lowered and the noise floor will increase. The source must be at the best quality, we accept .wav or .aiff .
If you are not sure about the quality of your audio material just send it to us!
We will listen it without any charge and obligation and we will feedback to you the required improvements.

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