Vinyl Camp – May 30-31 in Nashville Tennessee

I suppose it had to happen. Welcome To 1979 Studio in Nashville is hosting a two day workshop on the process of recording a phonograph record. The event will begin with a tour of their all-analog studio and lacquer cutting room a well as the nearby United Record Pressing plant, followed an in-depth technical look at and demonstration of the lacquer cutting process. The second day will focus on a live recording session direct-to-disk with a band, cutting two sides of a 7″ single. Attendees will get a copy of the record (presumably a pressing, so it’ll arrive later).

It could be an interesting way to spend a weekend. The event is limited to 10 people, so get your reservation in early. Cost is $250. They also host a “Tape Camp” a few times a year, which, as the name suggests, is a weekend all about recording on tape, with an optional day devoted to analog recorder alignment and maintenance.

Further info is at the Welcome to 1979 web page with additional information about the Vinyl Camp at their Facebook page.


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