LP record


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LP record

[¦el¦pē ′rek·ərd]
(engineering acoustics)
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AN old LP record handed in free to a charity shop has sold for PS1,200.
The first vinyl with a bright pattern on a LP record was the 1979 laser-engraved 'True Colours' record by Split Enz, produced by M&M Records, In UK.
He trained under three world-renowned scientists: Werner von Braun (Father of Rocket Science), Peter Carl Goldmark (early color television, LP record and EVR/Beta) and Dr.
Sawa's recurrent themes of time, memory, and nostalgia culminate in this piece as it unfolds as a meditation on amnesia, expressed poetically with, among other devices, black string unthreading from the edge of a rotating LP record and dispersing into architectural spaces--the recorded memory dissolving into thin air.
The dad finds his vintage vinyl LP record soaked in goo, and the next shot is of the little one flipping channels as the exhausted dad tries to catch a few winks.
Just identifying the gap in TW Hydrae's disk was akin to seeing a groove in an LP record from six kilometers away; now astronomers hope to find a speck hidden within that groove.
As most of the original masters have either vanished or suffered significant deterioration, Pogus has "transferred, noise-reduced, and crackle-removed all the actual LP record tracks" to the compact disc format.
It won at 25-1 and I bought my first LP record, Bobby Vee Meets The Crickets, at Johnsons Record Shop in North Shields.
Artists represented in the exhibition include Wes Wilson, considered the father of the 1960s rock poster; Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelley of Mouse Studios, whose work is connected strongly to the custom car and hot rod movement; Victor Moscoso, creator of the Family Dog logo; Bonnie MacLean, who designed early posters for her husband, concert promoter Bill Graham; David Singer, a Detroit graphic designer; and Lee Conklin, who created 31 posters to promote acts at the Fillmore and whose distinctive designs also can be found on many LP record album covers of the time.
In 2001, when Thomas Bernich started Brooklynphono, a private-label LP record pressing company in Brooklyn, N.
Our music systems were based on LP records, we then moved to recordable tape spools, then portable cassettes and finally to a full circle CDs, a smaller yet a more powerful version of the erstwhile LP record.
The LP record has way, way more distortion of all kinds (speed errors, surface noise, harmonic artifacts, phase anomalies, etc.