From the MLA list, for those that just have to have a real time acetate
cutting machine!!



>Date: Wed, 08 Jun 2005 14:40:18 -0400
>From: Alice Abraham
>Subject: [MLA-L] vinyl duplication
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>Now there's a new vinyl-to-vinyl duplication machine (Australian product.)
>Interesting in this day and age... -Alice
>(Product blurb) The VRX 2000 is a real time acetate cutting machine,
>allowing any audio source to be duplicated on to vinyl. Acetates allow
>DJ's to play exclusive tracks that are not available in commercial
>quantities, or to record original music from a mastered format on to one
>off records.
>Scratch DJ's can record breaks and loops from other sources and prepare
>their set on to one record. In DJ "battles", this enables quicker
>performance as the record will no longer need to be changed. Any audio
>source such as CD, MP3, tape or mini disc can be easily duplicated.
>Alice Abraham, Music Librarian
>WGBH Radio 89.7fm
>125 Western Ave, Boston MA 02134

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