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Posted: Oct 21, 2019 - 7:32am

Cut your own vinyl records at home with this machine


For a little over $1500, you can own a machine that will cut vinyl records in the comfort of your own home. This machine, the Phonocut Home Vinyl Recorder, is being promoted as a way to make your own analog "mixtapes," for musicians to record on demand, and for "people in love" to woo their beloved. But, primarily, they think pro studios will want it to "produce unlimited amounts of super affordable test cuts of recording sessions." From the look of their already-funded Kickstarter campaign, they're probably right on all accounts.

Fast Company:

The Phonocut’s interface is as simple as possible by design. You plug into the device via an audio cable, connecting it to a music source like your computer or your phone’s headphone jack... Then you hit play, and the 18-pound vinyl lathe uses a diamond-tipped needle to cut 10-inch records in real time to the music. These records are small and are only able to hold about 15 minutes of music per side...

The idea of creating custom vinyl at home might sound too good to be true, but its founder, Flo Kaufmann, is a record specialist with over two decades in the business. He’s partnered with Florian “Doc” Kaps, who has already successfully brought back another analog technology thought lost to the ages—Polaroid film—with his Impossible Project. So if anyone can pull off the Phonocut, it’s probably this team.


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kurtster

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Posted: Oct 21, 2019 - 2:56am

A RECORD STORAGE SOLUTION

In the on going quest of managing a fairly decent sized record collection, storage has always been a problem.  I'm done moving now so crates are no longer needed to move them around, besides, my 8 Peaches crates are on their side stacked 4 high against a wall screwed down with planks under each row.  They ain't moving no more.  But I can probably fill up another 8 crates with what is on the floor in 3 different rooms.  I love my wife ... 

I've been looking for more crates ever since Peaches went out of business and have come up empty for anything realistic and affordable.  There is always a discussion going on about record storage in the vinyl sites.  Ikea's Kalax cubes were rumored to be good, but they were still expensive when you need a dozen, had problems and I believe are now discontinued.  All the other prefab bookcases and what not that could work were flimsy at best when you put that much weight on them.  Records are flipping heavy.  They weigh about 35 lbs. per foot.  How to store vinyl records.   But very little about finding any proper containers.

Last week in order to get the rest of the place organized I saw a 4 cubby cube at Wal Mart with 13" X 13" X 15" cubbies for $50.  Hello !!!!!  Floor model was rock solid and tight.  Bought one, took it home and put it together.  Immediately bought another.  Quality MDF and well designed.  The horizontal shelves are solid and supported by the upright dividers taking most of the weight off of the dowels that hold them in place on the sides.  Rated @ 30 lbs. per cube.  Good finish, kind to album covers.  The side walls are two inches thick and the top and bottom are even thicker.  Square with enough surface area to keep the sides from any chance of wobbling.  I am really stoked about finding these puppies.  I can finally get everything in one room and organize the collection.  I showed this to the wife.  She is stoked, too.  I'll take some before and after pictures when I get it done.

So here they are ...  Better Homes and Gardens Brand

Many different sizes and colors.

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Posted: Oct 14, 2019 - 12:43pm

 PFM wrote:
Kurtster: Nice work! Your efforts are much appreciated
 
i listened to the first yes file  {#Music}
PFM

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Posted: Oct 14, 2019 - 12:35pm



 kurtster wrote:
From the King Crimson thread.

kurtster wrote:
westslope wrote:


 kurtster wrote:
...

The Steven Wilson 50th remix of Court is due out at the end of the month. Been waiting for this one.

 
Have you formed an opinion on Steven Wilson remixes yet?  

  
Yes.  They are great, so far.  I have both the EU and USA's versions of Jethro Tull's Benefit (the songs are different and I prefer the USA tracks and play order) and Aqualung (only one version) albums and the Yes Box Set of 5 Yes albums.  I got the two Benefits first.  I got the EU first because the pressings are better overall but forgot about the differences.  So I got the USA version next.  And the EU is a tad better but the USA copy is very doable.

https://www.discogs.com/Jethro-Tull-Benefit/release/5147368

https://www.discogs.com/Jethro-Tull-Benefit/release/5037934

Anyway, what Wilson has accomplished imho, are very loving and respectful remixes that sound like they "should".  They are not earth shakingly different, just more refined and more listenable.  He has demonstrated his chops with Porcupine Tree and his solo stuff ( I see that you are a fan looking at your song ratings).  One may not like his music but his engineering skills are outstanding; he seems to have a gift.  I just know what I've read and heard with my own two ears.  It seems that he is a fan of the music he is remixing and is picking out particular albums that he thinks he can really improve and fix certain things in the way they were intended to be, not what is expedient, and make them into what he wants to hear as a fan of the music himself.  I have really liked all of his remixes so far.  I trust him and when looking for a replacement or upgrade copy of an album, I'll go with his efforts over anyone else's, except Bernie Grundman.  Those are the first fingerprints I'm looking for when choosing.  Bruce Botnik and Bob Ludwig are two other names I look for.

The Yes Box is a masterpiece of work.  Chris Bellman did the lacquers at Bernie Grundman Mastering.  A twofer.  Win / win.  

His earlier remix of Court is widely acclaimed, but only available on CD.  I have not knowingly heard it yet.  This 2019 50th of Court is a brand new remix and available on both digital and vinyl.  He gets my benefit of the doubt with this effort and makes it worth the risk of not liking it which I believe is highly unlikely.  I've been a fan of Court from day one and know all of the material very well.  It should not take long to decide.

Tell you what.  I'll put up the Steven Wilson remix of The Yes Album in my quiet vinyl thread Sunday.  I've promised it to more than a couple of people already and have been very tardy in getting around to it.  You can grab it and give it a proper listen and let me know what you think based upon knowing SW, PT and Yes so well.  Let me know if you can hear what he did to it and if it makes sense to you based upon what you already know about SW.

Cheers !
  
So here is the SWBOX remix of The Yes Album.  And The Smoker You Drink The Player You Get for something else to consider and for those who mentioned their loving of this particular album in another thread.  This after 2 months and 100 plus hours of breaking in my new cartridge playing the same stuff over and over again and getting everything resolved and at peace with this new and final sound.  So I really am curious about what this stuff sounds like to other ears.  I played the Joe Walsh album against the CD and even with the background noise from the vinyl album, it seemed worthwhile overall.  The noise at the beginning of Dreams on side 2 after Meadows is on the CD as well making it deliberate so there is a lot to take in.

Other than all of the above stuff, what ever pops up in here will still be worthy of listening to as this stuff was originally presented on vinyl under the best of circumstances.  Going forward from time to time the old CLICKY may just pop up without any explanations and what is there will be there for a week or so and changed as I catch up with.  If it is something that has already been done before that has been put up in the past, the new one will be noticeably improved so I am not wasting anyone's time.  Also different going forward, some files are too big so rather than lower the quality, I'm busting up some sides into Part 1 and Part 2.  I got used to it since getting some 45 rpm 12" copies of albums that have 4 sides rather than just 2 at 33 1/3 rpm. 

CLICKY

{#Cheers}
 y'all

 Move the mouse over the title and a box with 3 dots will show up on the right.  Click on it.  Get them one at a time.  The big box in the upper right is for a zip file, avoid.
 
Kurtster: Nice work! Your efforts are much appreciated

kurtster

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Posted: Oct 13, 2019 - 9:43am

From the King Crimson thread.

kurtster wrote:
westslope wrote:


 kurtster wrote:
...

The Steven Wilson 50th remix of Court is due out at the end of the month. Been waiting for this one.

 
Have you formed an opinion on Steven Wilson remixes yet?  

  
Yes.  They are great, so far.  I have both the EU and USA's versions of Jethro Tull's Benefit (the songs are different and I prefer the USA tracks and play order) and Aqualung (only one version) albums and the Yes Box Set of 5 Yes albums.  I got the two Benefits first.  I got the EU first because the pressings are better overall but forgot about the differences.  So I got the USA version next.  And the EU is a tad better but the USA copy is very doable.

https://www.discogs.com/Jethro-Tull-Benefit/release/5147368

https://www.discogs.com/Jethro-Tull-Benefit/release/5037934

Anyway, what Wilson has accomplished imho, are very loving and respectful remixes that sound like they "should".  They are not earth shakingly different, just more refined and more listenable.  He has demonstrated his chops with Porcupine Tree and his solo stuff ( I see that you are a fan looking at your song ratings).  One may not like his music but his engineering skills are outstanding; he seems to have a gift.  I just know what I've read and heard with my own two ears.  It seems that he is a fan of the music he is remixing and is picking out particular albums that he thinks he can really improve and fix certain things in the way they were intended to be, not what is expedient, and make them into what he wants to hear as a fan of the music himself.  I have really liked all of his remixes so far.  I trust him and when looking for a replacement or upgrade copy of an album, I'll go with his efforts over anyone else's, except Bernie Grundman.  Those are the first fingerprints I'm looking for when choosing.  Bruce Botnik and Bob Ludwig are two other names I look for.

The Yes Box is a masterpiece of work.  Chris Bellman did the lacquers at Bernie Grundman Mastering.  A twofer.  Win / win.  

His earlier remix of Court is widely acclaimed, but only available on CD.  I have not knowingly heard it yet.  This 2019 50th of Court is a brand new remix and available on both digital and vinyl.  He gets my benefit of the doubt with this effort and makes it worth the risk of not liking it which I believe is highly unlikely.  I've been a fan of Court from day one and know all of the material very well.  It should not take long to decide.

Tell you what.  I'll put up the Steven Wilson remix of The Yes Album in my quiet vinyl thread Sunday.  I've promised it to more than a couple of people already and have been very tardy in getting around to it.  You can grab it and give it a proper listen and let me know what you think based upon knowing SW, PT and Yes so well.  Let me know if you can hear what he did to it and if it makes sense to you based upon what you already know about SW.

Cheers !
  
So here is the SWBOX remix of The Yes Album.  And The Smoker You Drink The Player You Get for something else to consider and for those who mentioned their loving of this particular album in another thread.  This after 2 months and 100 plus hours of breaking in my new cartridge playing the same stuff over and over again and getting everything resolved and at peace with this new and final sound.  So I really am curious about what this stuff sounds like to other ears.  I played the Joe Walsh album against the CD and even with the background noise from the vinyl album, it seemed worthwhile overall.  The noise at the beginning of Dreams on side 2 after Meadows is on the CD as well making it deliberate so there is a lot to take in.

Other than all of the above stuff, what ever pops up in here will still be worthy of listening to as this stuff was originally presented on vinyl under the best of circumstances.  Going forward from time to time the old CLICKY may just pop up without any explanations and what is there will be there for a week or so and changed as I catch up with.  If it is something that has already been done before that has been put up in the past, the new one will be noticeably improved so I am not wasting anyone's time.  Also different going forward, some files are too big so rather than lower the quality, I'm busting up some sides into Part 1 and Part 2.  I got used to it since getting some 45 rpm 12" copies of albums that have 4 sides rather than just 2 at 33 1/3 rpm. 

CLICKY

{#Cheers} y'all

 Move the mouse over the title and a box with 3 dots will show up on the right.  Click on it.  Get them one at a time.  The big box in the upper right is for a zip file, avoid.
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Posted: Jun 12, 2019 - 6:19am

Much more than just a sad story ...

The Day the Music Burned

It was the biggest disaster in the history of the music business — and almost nobody knew. This is the story of the 2008 Universal fire.


ColdMiser

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Posted: Mar 14, 2019 - 7:28am



 kurtster wrote:
And in the You Can't Make This Stuff Up department ...

on Kickstarter no less ...

A record with two silent meditations


 
and it will only take 12 to 14 weeks to record said silence...hmmm

Proclivities

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Posted: Mar 13, 2019 - 10:18am



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
 

I could send them a box of Pure Mountain Air™ 
 
Yes, and there's that "Origami Boulder" project I've been mulling over for a while.

ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Mar 13, 2019 - 10:01am



 Proclivities wrote:


 kurtster wrote:
And in the You Can't Make This Stuff Up department ...

on Kickstarter no less ...

A record with two silent meditations


 

Well, it is on translucent vinyl, so there is that.  I'm curious who actually donated - I mean I'm REALLY curious who they are and how to contact them.  There are a few projects I am (or could be) working on.
 

I could send them a box of Pure Mountain Air™ 
Proclivities

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Posted: Mar 13, 2019 - 9:54am



 kurtster wrote:
And in the You Can't Make This Stuff Up department ...

on Kickstarter no less ...

A record with two silent meditations


 

Well, it is on translucent vinyl, so there is that.  I'm curious who actually donated - I mean I'm REALLY curious who they are and how to contact them.  There are a few projects I am (or could be) working on.
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Posted: Mar 13, 2019 - 9:47am

 kurtster wrote:
And in the You Can't Make This Stuff Up department ...

on Kickstarter no less ...



 
That is one of the greatest things I have ever seen!{#Lol}
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Posted: Mar 13, 2019 - 6:00am

And in the You Can't Make This Stuff Up department ...

on Kickstarter no less ...


kurtster

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Posted: Mar 13, 2019 - 4:56am

I'm truly living in a world I no longer understand.

So I'm making my morning rounds and stumble on this thread ... STEALING RECORDS

I do some reading, it's kinda local, happening down Cinci way.  Then I learn of this FB page, The Vinyl Vigilante that is about record thieves.  OK, so in the optical business we have groups that go from store to store and rip us off and there are a couple of people who share info and pictures of known thieves operating in our area.  So I guess it is natural that record stores would have the same thing going on.

But, not being real familiar with FB and the way chains work there, if I'm reading things properly, the thief who is the subject of these conversations is actually posting and communicating with his victims ...  I mean ... WTF ?
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Posted: Feb 27, 2019 - 7:53pm

 PFM wrote:

Nice work Kurtster! I always look forward to the results of your projects and appreciate the time you spend doing this.

 
Thanks. 

Stay tuned, got a couple more nuggets nearing completion now that I have gotten somewhat caught up on other things.

Just picked up a rare NOS Audio Technica Precept cart and preparing to get the tonearm on my SL1200 rewired.  The stats for this are about the same as my AT15SS so I'm pretty stoked to set it up and start breaking it in.

.





PFM

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Posted: Feb 26, 2019 - 3:24pm



 kurtster wrote:
so this is the album I've spent about 30 hours working off and on over the past 10 days.  Stevie ~ Innervisions from a 1973 1st US pressing.  Did a lot of looking around about the album along the way and found out that it is one of those where the 1st's were the best and everything since the represses done after the 70's, including the CD's with the exception of the MFSL in 1991 have been pretty crappy, even the current 21st Century stuff.  I haven't listened to the whole album in nearly 40 years.  I'll put it up to desert island status for me.  This effort came out so good that I even gently remastered the whole album.  Hard to do on a global basis, but it worked out pretty nice breaking it up into 3 pieces and putting it back together again.  No clipping.  All the settings are built around Living For The City.  The bass / keyboard bottom end riff was the focus.  That whole vibrating bottom end thing is real ear candy to me.  

So here it is.  One of those that truly are worthy.  I'll even dare to suggest that it will sound really good with headphones.  Don't let this one slip away.

CLICKY

{#Cheers}
 y'all !


 
Nice work Kurtster! I always look forward to the results of your projects and appreciate the time you spend doing this.

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Posted: Feb 14, 2019 - 9:23am



 kurtster wrote:

Yeah.  That was the most important one of them all.  I'm not biting into this apple.

I just recently learned about Roon, too.  Thought it had something to do with Led Zep ...  silly me.


 
That looks interesting. iTunes is unwieldy and slow and unpredictable so I'd switch to something else but it's so hard. Roon needs to get picked up by a computer brand. If Dell offered them $5 a unit they'd make a lot more money than hoping to get $500 per user.

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Posted: Feb 14, 2019 - 8:53am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 kurtster wrote:
 

That's the first one I read and it's all I need to know.

 
Yeah.  That was the most important one of them all.  I'm not biting into this apple.

I just recently learned about Roon, too.  Thought it had something to do with Led Zep ...  silly me.


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Posted: Feb 14, 2019 - 8:05am



 kurtster wrote:
 

That's the first one I read and it's all I need to know.
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Posted: Feb 14, 2019 - 6:21am

So as I recently surfaced from under the Luddite rock where I live, I just discovered the existence of a new to me but not so new Hi-Res digital format, MAQ.  Not sure what to think about it.  It is said to compare with SACD.  It is proprietary which means special equipment / decoders and more $$$.  Seems like it is geared more for streaming but there are also some CD's coming out in this new format.  I will admit that I bought The Beatles White Album Japanese CD SHM box set just to see what SHM is about.  But it still sits unopened, the 50th Vinyl is killer enough for now.

I dunno.  I'm pretty much done chasing my tail in the pursuit of the better sound.  I've settled on 16 bit / 48 khz for ripping my vinyl.  The only things on my immediate horizon is getting my tone arm rewired and maybe an ultra sonic cleaner.  Sigh ...

Anyway here are some links to explore in case this format is new to you.

WIKI Master Quality Authenticated

MQA Just Ruined My Stereo

I want to explain why MQA is bad for music

TIDAL MASTERS

World's First Hi-Res CD by Universal Music Japan


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Posted: Jan 17, 2019 - 8:57pm

 Steely_D wrote:

Woah. A legendary album. Well done and thanks!

 
High on my list in the coming months is doing Rachel playing Keith's Moog.
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