BPM at NAMM: The Vinyl Recorder
As the BPM Supreme team conversed with our DJ friends at NAMM, we kept hearing “You should check out that one booth…I think you can record any audio source directly to a vinyl.” Unfortunately no one could tell us the name. However, after an inquisitive search, we finally found it!
The Vinyl Recoder is a really cool product engineered by a German man named Ulrich Sourisseau. Although he could barely speak English, his partner Wesley Wolfe gladly stepped in to help explain the really unique and creative Vinyl Recorder.
Watch the video above out and let us know your thoughts!
In the meantime, here are more specifications and what is included in the starter package of the Vinyl Recorder below.
For more information, check out their website.
Starter Set T560
- Complete Mechanic
- Stereo Cutter Head fused with 2A slow.
- Diamond Stylus
- Mono microscope 40X
- Lamp 220V 40W
- All cables and adapters
- 10 Blanks 10″
- 19″ Main Unit with RIAA encoder
- Groove controller
- Stylus heating regulation
- Regulated Power Supply 220V/12V 5A
- Not included, but you will also need;
- Mixer with Cue.
- Level Meter
- Amp min. 2 X 250W max. 2 X 400W
- Vacuum Cleaner with separate motor cooling
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