best place to cut a vinyl?

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  1. danfreeman1

    danfreeman1 Active Member

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    where is the best/cheapest place to do this?
     
  2. sam the dnb man

    sam the dnb man Variation

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    dubstudio.com i think
     
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    ah right cool...not sure if ive got enough money to be parting with 25 quid for one tune lol
     
  5. Lunos

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    35 fish sticks for both sides. man needs to get rich n ting before i get some of these.
     
  6. knottyboy

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    could this place cut a vinyl that u send them? id quite like to get my renegade snares sped up.
     
  7. RocksteadyUK

    RocksteadyUK SkimoBeats

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    Transitions Studio in Forest Hill South London... loads of dnb DJs go there...
     
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    it has to be over internet though, cos i live miles and miles away from a city
     
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    that would be repressing someone else tune, it doesnt go down well lol.
     
  11. fusion

    fusion rolling the beats

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    henry dnbstudio.co.uk does my stuff always a top service and can do it all over the web or aim.
    hes just started cutting acetates too...
    i got a couple done this week and they sound really good.

    as for cutting an old tune etc - dont think theres a problem if you cutting it for yourself to play as it has already been released.
    its only a probelm when you get loads pressed up to re sell.