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8 thoughts on “ Cant Relate - Hardside (3) - Time Is Punishment (Vinyl, LP)
  1. Groll says:
    This is the friction of the stylus dragging against the vinyl. It should be unnoticeable, except for very quiet parts of the music. "Crackling" is a sign of a damaged or dirty record. The problem is that dust particles seem to be attracted to the vinyl like a magnet. I suggest you invest in a anti-static vinyl brush and use it before every session.
  2. Gulmaran says:
    Jan 02,  · A vinyl LP can hold over 40 minutes of music a side. But, the sound quality isn’t good at all. So, to make a great sounding record I have to be concerned about the playing time, and how the music itself sets the parameters for sound quality. It’s complex, but I will br.
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  4. Kagajas says:
    When focused on these two mediums, vinyl is clearly better because 24/96 can be cut into the lacquers and everything is pressed from that, which makes vinyl comparable to lossless if done right.
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  6. Vogami says:
    Step 3: Vinyl Bag. The vinyl bag protects both your inner and outer sleeves from dirt, dust, and other unwanted particles. The main difference between a vinyl bag and an adhesive strip is that the former has an adhesive strip on one side that seals the record tight. A standard outer sleeve remains open on one side and mainly protects the inner.
  7. Moogugis says:
    Mar 15,  · Audiofool level question here, but here goes: I'm planning on getting a vinyl LP pressed later this year. Was wondering what the folks here would recommend the maximum length per side I could have without noticeable decrease in sound quality? Last edited: Mar 15,
  8. Zolonos says:
    3. A vinyl album normally has a surface that's barely cupped. Using a sanding block will cause the outside and inside lands to be sanded more than the center lands. In my experiment, the center lands of my test record remained un-sanded even though I over-sanded the entire disc (one side) to see how much damage over sanding could do.

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