The QUALITY on an embossed phono lathe cut record is by no means, noisy hollow sounding than the quality on a cut record. However, the music on an embossed record is slightly lower in volume.
The grooves on a lathe cut phonograph record are embossed, not cut, they are not as deep. This does not affect audio or the sound quality, a turntable with a damaged or worn out playback stylus will tend to skate, and will not track properly.
Occasionally your stylus will land between the grooves, resulting in a strange, distorted playback. In this case, simply lift the tone arm, and drop it again in a slightly different position, or just gently nudge the stylus.
You will hear the needle pop into the groove, and the audio will clear up. The audio on a lathe cut record can't be recorded in stereo, otherwise it will not emboss properly, lathe cuts are about 4 to 6db quieter.
If recorded at a louder volume your turntable's needle will jump out of the groove and it will skip. If recorded correctly clicks and pops and surface noise will not be noticeable with our sapphire recording stylus.
Unlike dub plate lacquers, embossed lathe cuts can't be BACK-TRACKED or DJ-SCRATCHED as in HIPHOP music, this is the characteristics of embossed lathe cut record, no matter who makes them.
Our lathe cut records will not wear out any faster then a pressed lathe cut vinyl record. I'm currently the only producer of the embossing sapphire recording stylus for better high frequency response.
Small Hole - Maximum time 7 Min / Side
Add $1.00 per Disc For Large Hole - Maximum time 4 Min / Side
Maximum time 4 Min / Side
I don't master each track individually
Maximum time 7 Minutes per side - May not play on all turntables and vintage Jukeboxes.
BUY AT YOUR OWN RISK
Max time 14 minutes per side
I don't like doing 10" or 12" Lp's with multiple songs on each side, if one song screws up, because of a BAD EQ or Sibilance in the vocal track, the whole disc goes to waste.
Flat Rate Envelope - 9 1/2" x 12 1/2" $7.35
Flat Rate Envelope - 12″ x 15" $7.35
Flat Rate Box - 11 1⁄4″ x 8 3⁄4″ x 6″ $14.35
Flat Rate Box - 14″ x 12″ x 3 1⁄2″ $14.35
Flat Rate Box - 12 1⁄4″ x 12 1⁄4″ x 6″ $19.95
YOU WILL BE CHARGED for that one bad disc NO REFUNDS !
Prices Subject To Change Without Notice
De-essing (also desibilizing) is any technique intended to reduce or eliminate excessive highs in the recording or the prominence of sibilant consonants, such as the sounds normally found in the vocal track by "s" and "sh", in recordings of the human voice.
ALL SALES ARE FINAL- NO REFUNDS - THESE ARE CUSTOM MADE RECORDS
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THE EMBOSSING PROCESS
The lathe cut record starts out as a square, after it's recorded it is trimmed round
I can emboss CD's that will play on turntables and CD players
12x33 - 8
I Cut The Misfits First 45 7 inch Record back In 1977 "Cough Cool"
YouTube video shows you how it's done
THE EMBOSSING PROCESS
Rich Flores Discography
Rich Flores has been cutting lacquers since 1972
Lathe cut records don't sound noisy and hollow this is an attempt by another competitor trying to discredit how good they sound
I manufacture the only Embossing Sapphire Recording Styli made especially for recording polycarbonate record blanks.
As shown: Lathe cut sapphire embossing Stylus, Others available for Westrex, Neumann, Audax, Grampion, Presto, RCA, and Rek-O-Kut cutter heads.
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