i wish this was me every time i come out of a record store... should get this on my wall near my player aka my baby

Vinyl Revival by Emma Dobson. A project investigating the modern revival of vinyl record collecting.

Waveform Of Music: 12 inch record grooves shows the wave forms like you'd see in a studio recording screen. RESEARCH #DdO:) - MOST POPULAR RE-PINS in 7 days: https://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/ddo-most-popular-re-pins/ - LOGIC, MATH & MUSIC. 9 April 1860- 17 years BEFORE Edison invented phonograph- Parisian typesetter Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville put voice of a singing woman etched on soot-blackened paper: The first recording. PHOTO: Themtapicture.

Physicists convert first known sound recording

Waveform Of Music: 12 inch record grooves shows the wave forms like you'd see in a studio recording screen.

I have hundreds of records and a record player (a must have). My niece's friend was over one day and asked what that was. (Boy, do I feel old!) We told her and put on a record. Then she asked "Can it change tracks?" As my jaw dropped, my husband went over to the player, and calmly said "Yes, it does." and proceeded to lift up the needle arm and lower it down on a different song.

I'd love to have an old-school record collection again! Alas, I grew up in the "cassette age", right at the end of the and quickly got rid of all my LPs.Tap the link now to visit the one stop shop for Rock Band and Gothic Merchandise!

@Valerie Kammert Plunk this would be perfect right by your record player.

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45's Still Rock....if only I still had my turntable.

I think I wore my Wham 45 out. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go! When life was simply and Geroge Michael had beautiful feathered hair.

Old school one-at-a-time lateral record cutters

Vinyl Records Factory The convoluted disc dubbing equipment used at Warners in Burbank in 1930

Vinyl Record - played on a turntable with a needle that rode in the grooves to make the sound.

Vinyl: There was a record store in my home town. That's where you could find me and my bff Leisha every Saturday morning- waiting for the new vinyl to come out. The store was called Magnavox awesome memories. The smell and sound of fresh vinyl!

Remember when...45 rpm would go to a friend's house for a slumber party and play it all night

45 RPM records with a stacker = big time! I've still got a slew of 45 records and a record player to play them on.