How would you like your vinyl record to be made?
Lathe-Cut or Pressed Vinyl
Conventional vinyl records are mass-produced by pressing a metal master disc (or stamper) into heated vinyl. Using a record lathe, laser-cut records are made by cutting micro-grooves into a polycarbonate disc.
Lathe-cutting is ideal for short-run, one-off records because each piece is individually hand-cut & tested. On the other hand, Pressed vinyl is aimed at bulk orders – say, for example, 150 copies of one album. Choosing our vinyl-pressing service is a better choice if you are looking for a big run like this. The individual nature of our lathe-cut vinyl makes them an ideal choice for small quantity, limited releases for artists, bands, and even music labels.
The size and speed of your vinyl determine the amount of possible playtime that can be cut into each vinyl side.
15-20 minutes audio per side
The largest vinyl size. 12" is ideal for LPs as you can fit around 40 minutes of audio across both sides of the vinyl. If you're looking to release a full album, this is the size to choose.
10-14 minutes audio per side
10" vinyl is less popular than 12" and 7", but it can comfortably fit up to 14 minutes of audio per side at a slower playback speed.
5-7 minutes audio per side
7" is ideal for EPs, singles, and other shorter releases. When you choose a 7" vinyl, you'll also be able to select the size of the hole. We recommend a small hole as it's the most common.
Pressed Vinyl~MOQ is 100 pcs
Single or Double
Single vinyl-40 mins total (20/side)
Double vinyl-80 mins total (40/side/vinyl)
Choose Vinyl RPM
45RPM-15 mins/side max.
33RPM-20 mins/side max.
Color label-Full color CMYK
Discobag-Black or white
PVC sleeve-Clear sleeve
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