Vinylcarvers: Now cutting locked grooves!

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Got this through the other day, might interest some of you.

hello there,

just a quick note..
we've eventually managed to cut locked grooves

all loops have to be exactly 133.33 bpm to play correctly at 33rpm
the best way to send us the material would be a pc-formatted cd rom
maximum number of loops: 55
its £40 for a single-sided black (2mm) or clear (1mm) 12" plate

and it should only be a matter of ..errm.. weeks until we get our proper website where more details can be found

please don't hesitate to ask if you have any further questions
cheers, tina and werner
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jay walker

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''all loops have to be exactly 133.33 bpm to play correctly at 33rpm''

Why would you want it cut @ 33rpm? mos dnb is 45rpm, an to be honest, when ive got 33rpms, they are harder to get the beat in time :confused:
 

inf0r

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scratch plates are invariably 33rpm? For scratching, I'd much prefer 33 to 45..

Buy some hip hop, that'll learn you the ways of the 33 :D
 

moriaty

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indeed, 33 is a tricky bizznis, tho is well hard to scratch on 45.

Locked grooves then..
will that be on an infinite revolution then?
as for dnb bpm , if you want a brake, after you record it, pitch it down at 133.33, as required. Then just play the record at 45, and presto.!
Boom..Tss!..Boom...Boom..Tss!!
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