Vinyl Records store information in the moulded grooves on their surface as seen below.
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The Direct Drive Turntable was a new technological advancement to the well-established Belt Drive Turntable. The Direct drive system overcomes some of the disadvantages that
Turntable feet are responsible for isolation from feedback and levelling the turntable to ensure that this precision device works without any issue. Levelling your Turntable
The Turntable is back. But did they ever go out of style? One of the longest-running technologies in music, but still in popular manufacture. There
There are different types and shapes of turntables available in the market; from which the Belt drive turntables have some of the most innovative designs.
Vinyl never went out of style, just out off mainstream production. It is back and growing steadily. From the origins of the phonograph to the
Did you know that the dots on the side of your turntables have a purpose? Modern record players use electromagnetic devices to convert sound vibrations
A DJ is one of the most hardworking individuals in the dance music industry. DJ’s are skilled to select a pool of songs that convey
Just four years into Aphex Twin’s post-comeback career, Richard D. James is making some of the best music of his life. Maybe that sounds like hyperbole or provocation. He’s got a formidable track record, after all: Between 1991 and 2001, he turned electronic music on its ear more than once, giving the world a number of classics in the process.
Modeselektor have proved themselves artists with a range of far-flung good ideas that just can’t seem to coalesce into one big concept. The album is heavy on the vocal tracks, but the duo pick their vocalists carefully and cater to them equally cautiously. Radiohead’s Thom Yorke makes a return appearance here on two tracks!
August’s turn on Kollektiv Turmstrasse’s “Last Day” is nothing short of majestic—in fact, it goes so overboard on pathos that it might be too much for some. The original is stripped of its spiky flex, leaving just a humble rhythm section so that all the focus is on that chord progression, rendered so pearly and trembling that it sounds on the verge of tears.