The vinyl record–we’ve shown you how they were made way back in 1937, and also in 1956. But how about nowadays, during the renaissance of vinyl? Above, Wired visits Jack White’s Third Man Records vinyl pressing plant in Detroit, Michigan to “find out exactly what goes into the creation of a vinyl record; from cutting and pressing to making sure they sound great.” If you’re in the Detroit area, you can take a tour of Third Man Records’ pressing plant. Get more info here.
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