Tag Archives: turntable

The Musical Thorn

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Every rose has it#s thorn, and every thorn can definitely play a record on your turntable, It dosen’t necessarily have to be from “Poison”:

SL – 1200G

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Aaaaaaaawwwwwwwww, why didn’t they bring this out before christmas, it would have definitely have landed on my wish – list: the Technics SL-1200G!!! Two different types are announced in Las Vegas at the annual audio fair CES. No price indication … Continue reading

Vertical music

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Say whaaaat: vinyl is now played vertically? Gramovox surely wants us to believe it is. Here’s you’re proof (price $399,99)

Turn the turntable…

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….into a Zoetrope with this embodied animation from Elliot Schultz, his degree project from 2013. Challenged trough the limitation of the alternative media such as turntable for some creative processes like embroidery “In response, I have designed and embroidered animated … Continue reading

Sommerloch

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this summer got us all exhausted. Press the pause and enjoy. Here are artsy vinyl gif(t)s as today’s post: ılı.——Volume——.ılı

Turntable to go

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One returning post again, as far as the manufacturer is concerned:  Crosley (we wrote about them already in this blog here) developed and designed a, what they call “The revolutionary turntable”! Simply powered using 4 AA batteries and weighing under two … Continue reading

Digital-Analog Mash-Up

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“I’m concerned with people in any part of the world being comfortable with media being redefined from something that you have into something that you have access to,” says Jesse Enlgand in his interview to the Wired magazine. That is why … Continue reading

Brimful of asha on the 45

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Turntable portraits of old masters! How is this possible, you ask? The Tel Aviv based photographer Tamir Sher demonstrates: (text Futureshoot): “For this series, Masters on 45s, he placed reproductions of Old Master Paintings on a record player and photographed them … Continue reading