Create your own vinyl compilations with this DIY record maker
07.11.2019

Create your own vinyl compilations with this DIY record maker

Phonocut

The physical mixtape is back, baby.

If you’ve ever been curious about the vinyl-making process, you can experience the magic for yourself with this new DIY record-making device.

Phonocut was created by the same brains behind The Impossible Project, the group that saved Polaroid from collapse. To produce your very own record, you take a Phonocut blank record, connect the device to an audio source and hit the start button. The maximum playtime on the ten-inch record will be ten to 15 minutes per side, depending on the audio.

In terms of audio quality, it sounds pretty decent for such a small, simple device. Check out the Phonocut in action below:

For more info on Phonocut, head to the Kickstarter page.

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