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Our mission on vinyl-pressing-plants.com is to make internet more honest.
We ask all newcomers to send us a photo of their pressing machine with a sign "For the bastards of vinyl-pressing-plants.com". So you could know is this record manufacturer a real pressing plant or only a reseller. We are very glad that mostly it's welcomed with humor!
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- The Vinyl Frontier: The Time NASA Shot a Record into Outer Space
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- A history of the strangest vinyl records ever made
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«Our Deepgrooves pressing plant is situated in an old prison which looks like a castle with a huge square in front of us. We do have a very transparent place so people can always visit us and are welcome to see a part of the process» - Chris Roorda, CEO of Deepgrooves Vinyl Pressing Plant.
«People often say that "vinyl is back", I always explain that it never went away. There was a brief period around 2007-2009 where it certainly seemed to have disappeared, but companies such as GZ Media, MPO and Music Industries continued on and helped the format to continue on. We ought to be very thankful to these people for not giving up!» - Rad Klemczak, CEO of WMFono.
How to open a vinyl pressing plant or a cutting service? What you should (or should not) do?
Here are the top 10 rules to becoming a successful record manufacturer.
We normally spend at work from 12 to 14 hours a day, families are used to that and sometimes they visit us in the factory, children play and help us.
In 13 years I can say that vinyl record customers are almost all crazy. The normal ones are really a small part.