Because I'm looking for a higher vibration, no Because I'm looking for a higher vibration Yeah, oh, yeah, alright, oh come on. Hey, don't you tell me you can't feel this, yes, yes When the rain came down but it was warm You could see it in the green, my friend, yeah So give it up, give it up, give it up, give it up, give it up Alright, oh Lord, hey, you should give them To your [Incomprehensible], my friend.
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A DJ turntable should have high torque. Pitch Control : The control that allows you to adjust the speed of the spinning platter, usually measured in percentage.
Anti-Skating : Some turntables feature this control which helps the needle ride the center of the record groove. Acrylic Platter : A favorite add-on of audiophiles. Replacing the standard platter with an acrylic platter drastically improves sound quality.
No mat is needed with use of acrylic platter. Read more. Kanto Comparison Trying to pick the best powered speaker for your turntable setup? Denon DPF vs. Turntable Lab's Favorite Gear of This is a breakdown of the favorite gear we enjoyed using in Continue shopping.
You have no items in your cart. Bandcamp Album of the Day Aug 16, Woozy psych-surf from Jerusalem, The Turbans combine snakelike guitar lines with jittery percussion and pinwheel-eyed melodies. For late night listening. Explore music. Polygondwanaland by Nomad Eel Records. The clean, almost jazz tones really lend a beautiful atmosphere to the record. Favorite track: Crumbling Castle. Mike Horn. El Toro. Aaron Cyr. David Cain. Samuel Cueva. Ian Markham.
Lord Eddard of House Flanders. I have a scan and stitch program to copy the covers front and back to print CD case liners so it looks like a smaller version of the old album. Sometimes I photo the old disk and with printable CD's I print to original label and vinyl off center to give a look and feel. Reply 9 years ago on Step 5. Sounds like you have quite the setup! Definitely more complex than mine.
I too have noticed that production techniques have changed greatly, most noticeably in the amount of compression employed. Seems like albums these days are just a homogenous mass of over-compressed tracks to the point of clipping, even with no dynamics. It's quite depressing. I also tend to steer away from newly "remastered" albums, which just means they ran it through a compressor a couple more times and deemed it "acceptable" by today's standards.
Much preferable to rip the album yourself off of the record, that way you don't have to deal with someone else's idea of what sounds good.
It's a bit of a pet peeve of mine if you can't tell :P. I hadn't actually tried any EQ-ing, but that would probably help modernize them in a good way. Also very cool that you've taken the extra step of making physical copies. Keep up the good work! Thanks for the compliment. It's all home brew, not a lot of technical thought put into it, just what I have and find and make it work. Love the thrift stores. The wife is getting on me for collecting the albums, but it's a cool hobby.
I feel sorry for the MP3 generation. They don't get it, that their sound is faked so much. Even the concerts. I can't bring myself to get a MP3 player because my wife has one and the sound sucks. I record my albums to wav files for the best replay. What program are you using to add the metadata? I always drag my transferred songs into Itunes, and then add the metadata there.
But I'm curious about other options. I rip a lot of my records to computer. I transfer one full side at a time, and then use Audacity to chop the side into tracks. Repeat for each song. Reply 11 years ago on Step 5.
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