Inside @TheVinylFactory: the Making of a Vinyl Record #MusicMonday #ManufacturingMonday
There’s a lot of art & science that goes into the audio engineering of music, but eventually all that data has to actually be made into a thing. That’s where places like The Vinyl Factory come in, as manufacturers of handmade limited edition vinyl records. This quick, 1-minute video shows the process at their facility in London.
The Vinyl Factory is situated in Hayes in West London on the site of the former EMI pressing plant. Using the original, iconic EMI presses, our manufacturing unit has produced some of the most emblematic vinyl records in music history and continues to do so.
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