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How Vinyl’s are Made One of the most successful industries in the entire world is the music industry, where almost every artist and composer are getting popular to every ages, while also getting better along the way. In this day and age, there are actually a lot of ways to listen to music, like for example using a cassette player, CD player, listening on your mobile or online, or listening to vinyl’s. Listening to vinyl may sound really old to some, but it is definitely one if not the best type of device to listen to music even in this day and age. That is why, vinyl is definitely not going to stop making music enthusiast happy, and it will keep on improving as well. But how does a vinyl come to life you may ask, which is why in this article, I am going to tell you how vinyl’s are made. The whole vinyl press process can only be done in a pressing plant with all the equipment, tools, materials and machineries, and the procedure actually goes like this- cutting the master tape, plating process, pressing process, printing and folding of sleeves, and lastly quality control and packaging. The cutting of the master tape process is the first process to be made, which is basically the cutting of the original master tape that should be done by an experienced mastering technician to make the proper cuts in the cutting room.
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The plating procedure is the next step, where the vinyl stampers are mainly produced from.
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After the plating process, the vinyl will have to be sent to the pressing room in pellet form, it needs to be formed using heavy pressure into a small pellet shape before it can be placed between the stampers to get pressed afterwards. The next step is of course the printing and folding of sleeves, where the sleeves will be printed by using high tech printing machinery that should be able to produce high quality with detail and sharpness and is less prone to scratches, on the other hand cardboard sleeves are folded by a folding machine. And lastly it of course needed to be placed in quality control before it can get packaged and released to the public. I recommend that you should give vinyl a go and you will see how better and clearer it is than some of the newer music players in the market.