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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Vinyl Records- They CAN be converted to Digital!

 We look at our vinyl records as precious collectibles.  Some hang their records on the wall as decor, some have them placed in cases in an attempt to preserve them- but what about the music that is actually on the vinyl?  The music on your vinyl records can be converted to a digital format, making it extremely convenient to listen to your favorite oldies anytime, anywhere!

vinyl record transfer to digital cd mp3 file

Vinyl records have been iconic throughout time, and are symbolic of the music industry.  Here are Three Surprising Facts About Vinyl Records You Probably Didn't Know (credit: NearSay)
  • The Origin of Vinyl Records can be Traced to 19th Century France: In 1857 French scientist Leon Scott developed the ‘phonoautograph’ which used a vibrating diaphragm to record sound waves on paper. The initial intention was for a visual analysis but it laid the foundation for the gramophone.
  • There IS a Difference in Sound Between Black and Colored Vinyl: While colored vinyl is extremely collectable, there is an actual sonic difference between them and normal black vinyl. Clear and colored discs attain more pops and degrade faster when played.
  • The Largest Record Collection on File Featured More Than 1 Million LPs: Paul Mawhinney is believed to possess the largest record collection in the world, featuring over 1.5 million.
After converting your memorabilia to digital, the files can be placed on your computer, iPod or smartphone for incredibly easy access.  Make your life easier by getting your precious vinyl records digitized today!