6 Tips for Ripping Vinyl

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There’s no perfect method for converting vinyl to digital, but everyone can agree that you should only have to do it on the first attempt. On this episode of Tips and Tricks, Mojaxx provides six tips on getting an accurate recording in one take.

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  • Stuart Ayre

    I used a 20 year old sl1200 with a ortofon gold Concorde cartridge and an scarlet focusrite audio interface and sent that back to ableton recorded in WAV. Then converted to 320 Kbps MP3 for use on my controller. They sound pretty much the same as what quality the vinyl is, some good some bad. As I say it depends how good your media is to start with. I have played them out on club sound systems and they sound better on a big sound system than in the car. People have questioned me about them whilst playing and not believed me when I tell them it’s ripped from vinyl. So they must be good quality. 550 records already done giving me around 1560 mp3’s. loads left but all the classics already done 🙌