[clug] Digitising vinyl records

Arjen Lentz arjen at lentz.com.au
Mon Feb 13 10:31:11 UTC 2017

Even better, you can actually grab a wav file and generate an STL to 3D print your own record. 

But more in the right direction, I figure there'll be tools for that processing around now. With a bit of luck, open.
That wav2stl thing was just a "little" hack project by someone....

Hugh Fisher <hugo.fisher at gmail.com> schreef op 13 februari 2017 20:20:04 GMT+10:00:
>On Mon, Feb 13, 2017 at 6:51 PM, Mike Carden <mike.carden at gmail.com>
>> I have a small collection of vinyl records that I'd like to listen
>> Where can I buy a reasonably good turntable with decent speed
>control, a
>> pretty good cartridge and stylus and a roughly OK calibrated
>Not nearly technical enough :-)
>A couple of years ago I attended a talk at the National Film & Sound
>Archive on recovering content from old analog audio media. IIRC, the
>state of the art is to use high res digital cameras to photograph the
>grooves, image processing software to merge any cracks or gaps and
>straighten the curved tracks into one long strip, and then just
>convert the width of the track pixel by pixel into an audio level.
>Sure it will cost much more and take far longer, but think of how much
>fun you'll have :-)
>        cheers,
>        Hugh Fisher
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>linux at lists.samba.org

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