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Organic Sounds

May 31, 2013 Organic Sounds

In an industry ruled by MP3s and downloads it is exciting to see a new technique being used in the world of analogue. Fans of vinyl have always said that MP3s don’t have the richness that their predecessors have. This beauty is no exception to the rule; although this is a different sort of richness. Amanda Ghassaei has created the first ever playable wooden record, using a 120-watt Epilog Legend EXT laser cutter to carve grooves that are up to ten times the width of those on a standard vinyl into maple and plywood discs. The result is this unrefined, organic rendition of Radioheads ‘Idioteque’.


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