After watching earlier this week how vinyl records are manufactured, we were reminded of this great video by Ben Krasnow, capturing the movement of a record needle in the grooves of an LP using an electron microscope. (This video is probably well-known to many readers but it’s always worth a watch – and if you haven’t seen it already you will be overcome with happiness to imagine this is what is happening when you listen to analog vinyl records!)
— Ben Krasnow (@BenKrasnow) June 14, 2015
Here’s the full video:
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