Direct Metal Mastering Using A SoundScriber
I have found out that if you use an old Hard Disk Drive Platter as a SoundScriber recording disc you get high fidelity sound. I made a 78 RPM disc by slowing down the source material and recording at 33-1/3 RPM. I tried it on my gramophone and it just skips, but on an electric turntable it plays very clear. Even when recording at 33-1/3 RPM it sounds quite good, better than a grooved CD or transparency. When you play it, you have to center it on the turntable by turning the turntable by hand and seeing that the groove does not wobble as it is rotated.
Back to The Amish Fan Page