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By Wendy

T minus 17 days until our upcoming exhibition, “The Record: Contemporary Art and Vinyl.
We are hearing from a lot of record collectors, artists, writers and other enthusiasts who never gave up on vinyl for such fly-by-night technologies as Walkmans and CDs.
You have our utmost respect!

One loyal fan sent us this irresistible post, “How to pirate a vinyl record,” on Synthgear.com, a DIY method to copy a vinyl record, making a copy that you can actually play on a turntable. Someone painstakingly translated this from German into English. Enjoy!

IMAGE: From “How to pirate a vinyl record,” on Synthgear.com.

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