VINYL MASTERING  @   SRM with SR/2

                                                 

Record Mastering With a Difference

                   


NORTH AMERICA'S ONLY DEDICATED HALF-SPEED LACQUER-MASTERING FACILITY!

 

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ANALOGUE DISK-CUTTING WITH A DIFFERENCE ----- DEDICATED TO REPLICATING

2 IMPORTANT UPDATES!
AS I OFTEN HAVE TO WORK FROM 44.1/16 REDBOOK CD-Rs, I NEEDED A REALLY HIGH-TECH, HI-FI WAY TO UPSAMPLE THESE SO I COULD HALF-SPEED TRANSFER THEM TO MY LATHE.

1) SO--------------------RECENTLY, I ADDED A NEW DIGITAL-TO-ANALOGUE CONVERTER, A THETA GENERATION VIII (8) THAT WILL DECODE ALL SAMPLING RATES, 44.1 TO 96K, ANY BIT DEPTH.

2) I HAVE FOUND HOW TO SYNCHRONIZE 2 ALESIS MASTERLINKs, SO THAT I NO LONGER HAVE TO USE A DIGITAL DELAY IN THE AUDIO PATH TO THE LATHE!


YOUR BEST DIGITAL AND ANALOGUE RECORDINGS TO VINYL DISK WITH
THE MOST SLAM IN THE INDUSTRY! SRM USES THE MOST UP-TO-DATE
DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY COMBINED WITH CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE USE OF THIS
TECHNOLOGY PREVIOUSLY UN-HEARD OF. FURTHERMORE, THE NEUMANN VMS 66
LATHE WITH SX-74 CUTTERHEAD HAS BEEN SERIOUSLY UP-GRADED WITH THE SONTEC
COMPUDISK COMPUTER, TECHNICS 5-SPEED DIRECT-DRIVE MOTOR, AND MOST
IMPORTANTLY, CONSOLE AND CUTTER ELECTRONICS DESIGNED AND HAND-CRAFTED
BY WORLD-CLASS ENGINEER AND CRITICAL-LISTENING PERSON KEITH O."PROF" JOHNSON OF HDCD AND REFERENCE RECORDINGS FAME.
THIS SYSTEM IS WIRED WITH CARDAS CABLE FOR LOW DISTORTION,WIDE-BAND AUDIO, AND SHAKTI RF ABSORBERS FOR BEST POSSIBLE SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO.


IN SHORT, THIS RIG SOUNDS BETTER THAN ANYTHING YOU'VE HEARD!!

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THE WORKING SURFACE!

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VACUUM SELECTOR FOR DIFFERENT LACQUER SIZES

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Another Close up of Stan's "Pride & Joy"

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STEREO SIGNAL, IN PHASE

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STEREO SIGNAL, OUT OF PHASE

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