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Recording your vinyl

If you are converting over from being a vinyl DJ to DJ’ing with Live one of the first things you are going to need to do is record your vinyl.

Getting this right is going to make playing it later on much, much more enjoyable.

Everything you need to know has been summed up in an article by Tarekith.

Download Tarekith’s Guide to Meters and Levelling http://www.tarekith.com/assets/Leveling.html

June 27, 2007

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