VinylRecorder.Com Makes Cutting Your Own Vinyl Very Possible

One of Martin Sitter's favorite products at NAMM 2016 was the vinyl cutting machine by He interviewed the men behind the company to find out how it works and more in this video.  

So, you want to cut your own vinyl records in the comfort of your own home studio? Martin Sitter, CEO of Ask.Audio and DJ, was super interested when he saw the booth at NAMM 2016. It wasn't long before we were all set up to find out more and capture it on video to share with the world.

Vinyl Recorder

Take a look below if you're even a little bit curious about cutting vinyl records... and don't get distracted by the photobomber!

For full pricing and details take a look at their website below:



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Brian Healy
Great interview, These gentlemen were kind enough to cut a vinyl copy of 2 of my songs while I watched in real time. Pretty thrilling experience for someone like me who enter music in the CD-Cassette age to actually be able to hear my work on vinyl that I could actually send to be manufactured. As a home recorder/local studio user having this option at a mastering lab, studio or a stand alone service would be a great step forward and possible deal breaker in my choices of service providers.

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