Souri Automaten can cut and play records at the exact same time #MusicMonday
TrendHunter has the story on this incredible machine that can cut and play records at the same time.
For those who want to dish out the $4,000 price tag for the product, any song from a music player can be transferred onto vinyl. To do this, “you just connect the record lathe to a music player of your choice, and once you hit play, a diamond stylus will cut the record in real-time based on the sound vibrations produced from the playing music,” according to PSFK. While some people are moving most songs and files to digital format, others still crave the nostalgic sound of a vinyl record machine playing in the background. With this device, listening to music this way becomes that much easier.
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