When technology meets opportunity
Since the invention of vinyl records in 1889, mankind has been dreaming of an affordable machine to produce small editions of high quality records right from an office desk, or even the living room table.
For the intervening 130 years, record production has been confined to large-scale pressing plants. Even as the format itself flourished and started to wither away, it has always required industrial-scale machines and technical know-how to make a vinyl record.
But technological development has finally caught up to this challenge, and vinyl records are in the midst of a major revival. This is why a small team has committed to delivering the first-ever vinyl home recorder, the PHONOCUT.