Friday, August 06th, 2010
Digital media such as CDs can be ripped, copied and backed up, but did you ever think you could backup vinyl records? Now Mike Nese’s DO IT website has instructions for making a silicon copy of a vinyl record. Mike is the co-host of Punkin’ Chunkin’ and Catch It Keep It on the Science channel, so he seems to know what he’s talking about. He’s also a contributor to Wired and ReadyMade magazines. On his website he also explains how vinyl records are made, which is a fascinating topic in itself. Visit the DO IT website to and see if you think you’d like to try to copy a record.