Exploring the Resurgence of Vinyl

Back on Saturday April 16th, 2011, a group of vinyl-creating experts gathered together to discuss the resurgence of vinyl and the correct process of how to record in vinyl. Contrary to popular belief, Vinyl is actually making a comeback. People would rather pay full price for an album with 12x12 artwork instead of the small CD insert and lots of people still insist that the sound of vinyl is better than the digital counterparts we all use today. Check out what the panel had to say plus links inside.
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Back on Saturday April 16th, 2011, a group of vinyl-creating experts gathered together to discuss the resurgence of vinyl and the correct process of how to record in vinyl. Contrary to popular belief, Vinyl is actually making a comeback. People would rather pay full price for an album with 12x12 artwork instead of the small CD insert and lots of people still insist that the sound of vinyl is better than the digital counterparts we all use today. Check out what the panel had to say in the press release below.

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