This Awesome DIY Machine Cuts Vinyl Records in Mere Minutes

Record MakerI suppose I should shell out the $50 to fix my turn table before buying one of these.

The machine essentially works like a normal record player, but in reverse: It’s a record lathe connected to a CD player (or mp3, or any kind of audio file), and uses a diamond stylus to cut the record in real-time via sound vibrations produced by the playing music. This creates the master record, and cuts out all the other time-consuming steps needed to copy and mass produce it.

Read the full article @ Mashable.

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