VINYL DUBPLATE

What is a Vinyl Dubplate?

We cut your music onto real vinyl dubplate (PVC, not acetate), at the same quality, volume and lifespan of a regular pressed records!

Unlike acetate dubplates, our vinyls can be used for hard works, for example DJ, back-cueing and scratch. We can cut on a vinyl record your music, or custom dj tools, loops and acapellas. The audio can be cut from any source format: digital files (wav, aiff, mp3, flac), Vinyl, 1/4" Tape, Cassette, CD, or DAT, with incredible sound quality and level, till +9db.
For instance, we can create a playing copy of your precious records, restoring the original audio and cutting a new record from it, so you can keep the original copy safe in your collection. Otherwise we can cut a vinyl copy of music bought on digital stores or in cd.

One off vinyl as well as short run till 50 copies are available, consequently giving the opportunity to independent producers or bands to promote their music with labels and fans, being sure that will be not ignored (a vinyl record is much more interesting than a SoundCloud link!). This offers the possibility for labels to release limited vinyl series.

The cutting service can be associated to our mastering process, in order to get a superior sound and the digital version of your vinyl dubplate.

Turnaround Time:

• 1-2 copies:       2-3 working days
• 3-5 copies:      5-7 working days
• more copies:  10-15 working days
• printed parts:  4-5 working days
• rush service: 1 working day (+50% on final price, max 2 copies)

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12" Vinyl Dubplate

from € 32 to € 19 per copy

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10" Vinyl Dubplate

from € 28 to € 17 per copy

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7" Vinyl Dubplate

from € 21 to € 12 per copy

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Our Vinylrecorder is modified and optimized to perform at its best. The sound pass through our analog processing chain before coming to the cutter head, in order to adapt it to the vinyl medium, with the aid of analog mid-side processing, EQing and stereo image manipulation.

Analogcut Vinylrecorder T560 Vinyl Dubplate

Tips for a great sounding record:

  • Provide us a file at the best quality you have (better 24bits) without digital clipping or limiting, if possible with the max peak under -1dbFS.

  • Avoid stereo fx or phase fx on the bass frequency range, your song should has a mono bass to get the best result on vinyl.

  • Pay attention to the "S" in the vocal and to the high hat when are too harsh, they can distort on vinyl. Is better to use a de-esser on the single channel than in the whole mix.

  • Frequencies above 16khz can be attenuated, the range of frequencies accepted on our vinyls is about 20hz to 16kHz.