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Smart record presses promise consistent audio quality at a global scale

By engadget, gear, Internet, internetofthings, litetone, music, phonohive, recordpress, vinyl, viryl, viryltechnologies, warmtone

The manufacturer of what’s one of the best sounding record pressing machines today is taking a step into the future. Viryl Technologies recently announced its WarmTone and LiteTone models will soon connect to the internet. After a test pressing is co…

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The best ways to track your TV, music and reading habits

By av, books, column, engadget, entertainment, gaming, goodreads, grouvee, last.fm, letterboxd, movies, music, reading, review, services, trakt.tv, TV, videogames, vinyl

We’ve all done it: browsed friends’ bookshelves, riffled through their vinyl collection or peeked through a stack of video games left in front of their TV. You can learn a lot about people based on what media they consume and leave lying around their…

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Indie hit ‘What Remains of Edith Finch’ gets limited physical release

By annapurnainteractive, av, engadget, games, gaming, giantsparrow, iam8bit, ps4, soundtrack, videogames, vinyl, whatremainsofedithfinch

Limited-run physical indie game releases may be an endangered species thanks to the ESRB and console makers, but that’s not stopping at least one hit title from getting the hard copy treatment. The team at iam8bit has started pre-orders for both a li…

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Universal debuts a vinyl buying service based on SMS recommendations

By av, Business, droctagon, droctagonecologyst, engadget, gear, koolkeith, musicservice, records, reigninblood, slayer, SMS, subscription, thesoundofvinyl, turntablelab, universalmusicgroup, viinylmeplease, vinyl

It isn’t hard to find vinyl subscription services these days. All it takes is a scroll through your Facebook News Feed and you’re bound to stumble across at least a few. While outfits like Turntable Lab and Vinyl Me, Please offer exclusive reissues (…

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Technics’ SP-10R is its latest high-end throwback turntable

By Audiophile, av, engadget, fancy, gear, ifa2017, panasonic, premium, recordplayer, records, sl1200, sp10r, technics, turntable, vinyl

If you thought Technic’s SL-1200 reissue was expensive, you haven’t seen anything yet. Meet the SP-10R. Technics calls the throwback deck its “most premium turntable ever” and its 7kg (almost 15.5 pounds) brass, rubber and aluminum platter drives tha…

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Recommended Reading: Spotify’s other playlist problem

By engadget, entertainment, fakenews, football, gaming, gear, Internet, mondo, nbajam, recommendedreading, recreading, soccer, soundtrack, spider-man, spider-manhomecoming, spotify, transfers, vinyl

Spotify Sweats Over
Bandwidth Problem as
Labels Vie for
Playlist Spots
Andy Gensler ,
Billboard

Spotify was forced to defend itself against allegations it uses fake artists to cut costs last week, but the streaming service is facing another…

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Trent Reznor blows dust off the ‘Quake’ score for vinyl reissue

By applenews, av, engadget, games, gaming, idsoftware, music, nineinchnails, personal computing, personalcomputing, quake, soundtrack, videogames, vinyl

Quake was a groundbreaking game in a number of ways, and that included its soundtrack — id Software scored a coup when it got Nine Inch Nails (technically, Trent Reznor) to score the grim first-person shooter. Until now, though, listening to…

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Trent Reznor blows dust off the ‘Quake’ score for vinyl reissue

By applenews, av, engadget, games, gaming, idsoftware, music, nineinchnails, personal computing, personalcomputing, quake, soundtrack, videogames, vinyl

Quake was a groundbreaking game in a number of ways, and that included its soundtrack — id Software scored a coup when it got Nine Inch Nails (technically, Trent Reznor) to score the grim first-person shooter. Until now, though, listening to…

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Vinyl record production gets a much-needed tech upgrade

By audio, av, Culture, engadget, entertainment, gear, manufacturing, microforum, music, record, video, vinyl, viryl, viryltechnologies, warmtone

Ever wondered why you sometimes have to wait months after an album’s launch to get the music on vinyl? It’s not necessarily because the label hates vinyl — in many cases, it’s because the decades-old manufacturing process can’t keep up with the for…

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