Tag Archives: The Vinyl District

Scott’s Guest Blog at The Vinyl District, Wrap Up

Tomorrow is Record Store Day, and today Scott Hull’s last post about vinyl went up at The Vinyl District.

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Scott’s Guest Blog at The Vinyl District, Weeks 9-10

This week (Week 10) Scott gets deeper into the specs for vinyl set by the RIAA and answers the question “How many grooves are there on a typical record?”

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Scott’s Guest Blog at The Vinyl District, Week 8

This week at The Vinyl District, Scott Hull discusses the different ways that vinyl reissues get made, particularly when the original masters are lost.

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Scott’s Guest Blog at The Vinyl District, Week 7

What can make a mild-mannered mastering engineer bend lacquers into a V-shape over his knee in anger? What has thrown many a sane mastering engineer into a foaming stupor? Find out in Week 7 of Scott Hull’s guest blog at The Vinyl District!

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Scott’s Guest Blog at The Vinyl District, Weeks 5-6

We’re at about the midway point in Scott Hull’s guest blog series at The Vinyl District. Here’s a rundown of what’s been covered so far.

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