1. Vinyl Lebt Teaser 2015


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    • My Heart Weeps for You- Take Your Pity Party Somewhere else!


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      "This is the sound of the world's tiniest violin or phonograph playing my heart weeps for you ". This is said whenever one starts feeling sorry for themselves so thought it would make a cool song and recorded it with a Cry Baby Wah-wah pedal.

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        The Believers : Experiences To The Unknown presents "Thomas Edison & The Realms Beyond" (Short Documentary Film) VOST EN : In 1920, Thomas Edison, the famous inventor declares to the journalists that he plans to build a scientific device that would record the voice of the dead. In 2015, Philippe Baudouin comes across the only text ever devoted to this forgotten topic by Thomas Edison. After conducting several researches, he gives the conclusions of his investigation in a book that also includes the original and little known text by the American inventor : “The Realms Beyond”. Directed, produced by Jonathan Dailler. Presented, produced by Philippe Baudouin. Narrated by Pierre Hatet. Thanks to Jérôme Millon, David Christoffel, Xavier Makowski, Hervé Algrain, Sandy Lakdar. Special thanks to Jalal Aro www.phonogalerie.com Filmed, edited, post-production, music by Jonathan Dailler Archives footages by Library of Congress www.loc.gov --- FR : En 1920,Thomas Edison annonce à la presse son projet de concevoir un instrument scientifique pour enregistrer la voix des morts. En 2015, Philippe Baudouin exhume le seul texte que l'inventeur américain ait consacré à ce sujet. Après plusieurs recherches, il livre les conclusions de son enquête en préfaçant la réédition de cet ouvrage méconnu d'Edison : "Le Royaume de l'au-delà" Thomas A. Edison "Le Royaume de l'au-delà", précédé de "Machines nécrophoniques" par Philippe Baudouin, édité chez Jérôme Millon http://tiny.cc/4mrjxx

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        • Audio-Technica AT-LP120 USB turntable


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          UPDATE: The AT-LP120 turntable now comes with the AT95E audiophile phono cartridge, instead of the DJ cartridge shown in this video. A visual clone of the legendary Technics SL1200 series, at ⅓ of the cost. This Audio-Technica is a heavyweight DJ-grade direct drive turntable with 78 RPM speed, quartz lock pitch control, fully adjustable S-shaped tonearm, and built-in pre-amp and USB output. It only comes with an entry level cartridge, but it tracks well and has crystal clear highs, better than anything I've had before. An upgraded cartridge will really make it sing, and I look forward to playing vintage 78s as well. The previous AT-PL120 model is the same thing except without the built-in USB output (which I don't plan on using anyway).

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          • Crosley Collegiate record player modifications & improvements


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            The Crosley Collegiate uses an AT3600 magnetic cartridge and sounds great, but the first version of it has an auto-stop feature that cuts in too soon when playing 45s and 78s, and I show you how to disable it. (The newer version has a switch to disable the auto-stop.) I also show you how to adjust the speed and tracking force. Here are Crosley's official instructions on how to adjust the auto-stop function: http://imgserve.crosleyradio.com/manuals/CR6010_Instructions.pdf

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            • "Valley Girls" Frank and Moon Unit Zappa 1982 45 RPM


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              My 1982 45 RPM single "Valley Girls" recoded live in my office, enjoy!

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              • Realistic PORTiPLAY


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                Portable Phonograph AM Radio Hi, I had the box and reciept from this but tossed them. It was well taken care of. It is ac/dc the batteries do not come with. It takes 4 "D" size and has an ac/dc switch in the back. it plays 33, 45 and 78 speed records. It is a mono player. It has an earphone out that is also mono. The ac cable fits inside neatly when batteries are being used. The am radio comes in ok. the volume is useless past 4 as it distorts greatly. If you want something to test records on when shopping swap meets and yard sales this will do it as long as you use an earphone as swap meets are quite loud.

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                • David Cassidy Rare! "All I Wanna Do is Touch You" 45RPM 1972 Single


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                  My original 1972 David Cassidy single, never released on CD, the flip-side of "Cherish" "All I Wanna Do is Touch You"

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                  • Inverno


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                    Weekend Challenge theme: 5x5 - Simplicity Created for the Weekend Challenge: vimeo.com/groups/weekendchallenge

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                    • Through the horn - Cylinder Film Sound 100 years later - Heinmiller Phonograph Co.


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                      Through The Horn - Cylinder film sound 100 years later!!! With this film I have replicated the very birth of image and sound synchronization, the Dickson sound experiment. Using a 1901 Edison Standard Phonograph, a 1905 edison recorder, and an original concert horn I have presented a similar scenario as this famous 19th century experiment. This experiment features two short instrumental improvisations that were recorded as the camera was rolling, the cylinder recordings were then digitized and synchronized as closely as possible with the silent image. As I wanted to present a complete film I have combined this experiment with a small narrative. Have you ever wondered who used your Edison phonograph in the past? What if your edison standard was actually used for innovative film sound experiments all those years ago? What if that moldy cylinder you found in a bin was actually part of a grand historical experiment? With this film I explore those possibilities while replicating the birth of film sound! ENJOY AND SHARE!!!

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