Links to other Analog related websites
8 Track Audio
8-Track tapes serviced-tested-repaired-ready to play! Replacement Pads,
Replacement Drive Motors, Tape Cartridge and Deck Repairs and Service,
Blank Tapes serviced and Bulk Erased, Tape cases, Vinyl LPs, etc.
is a database of over 23,000 "active" record label/netlabel web sites
or Wikipedia links indexed by genre, format, and location. Record
companies no longer in business are not listed. If you browse by
"Vinyl" format you will only find maybe half of the companies producing
Vinyl. Much of the other half is listed under "CD" And many labels are
totally absent. But 23,000 active record labels are totally
unbelievable! You can also search by label name if you know it, or
browse by genre. A great resource once you learn how to use it!
The Analog Dept
The focus at The Analog Dept. is to provide useful information freely
to audiophiles interested in the hardware that plays the Vinyl LP.
Applied Microscopy The Microscopy of Vinyl Recordings.
Audio Critique A different perspective on audio reproduction, the finest recordings, the audio industry and the audio press.
audio-restoration.com "Baking" Magnetic Tape To Overcome The "Sticky-Shed" Syndrome.
Back in the groove 14 May 2006
Technology Editor Tony Glover reports how in the iPod age the record
industry is going forward by returning to the days of vinyl.
Because Sound Matters.com Warner Bros. New Vinyl and DVD-Audio web site.
Globalrecordings.net Evaluating Cassettes and Recordings.
High-end Audio The Audiophile Website of Arthur Salvatore dedicated exclusively with the reproduction of Music.
Is the sound on vinyl records better than on CDs or DVDs?. An
excellent article from HowStuffWorks.com including a graph comparing a
raw analog audio signal to the CD audio and 24 Bit 192kHz DVD-Audio
Life Above 20 Kilohertz "There's
Life Above 20 Kilohertz! A Survey of Musical Instrument Spectra to
102.4 KHz" by James Boyk California Institute of Technology
musicangle.com is Michael Fremer's Vinyl web site. Many excellent LP
reviews, articles and interviews. You might know MIchael Fremer from
Analog Corner in Stereophile magazine, many consider him the guru of
analog. Check out his site!
naks.com Naks.com, the Unofficial Nakamichi Cassette Deck resource.
Obsolete Media Where Old is Allright!
Ortofon FAQs Cartridge
maintenance MC - MM and Pro systems Stylus and record care - General
cartridge mounting Leads connections, Stylus position to record centre,
overhang and alignment, Azimuth, vertical alignment, Tone-arm level,
vertical tracking angle, Anti-skating, bias compensation adjustment,
Tone-arm/cartridge combination - Malfunctions Contact problems,
Distortion - Stylus lifetime.
Phantom's Reel To Reel Tape Recorder Museum
Positive Feedback Online A creative forum for the Audio Arts.
popsike.com What is the value of your vinyl record? Popsike.com is an archive of over 250,000 rare records auction result.
you operate a recording studio or are an enthusiast of reel to reel
tape media and need quality supplies, splicit is the right place. They
support the preservation of analog reel to reel audio media because
they truly believe that nothing sounds as good.
- Still the best way to listen to music. The turntables, amps, speakers
and accessories to help you get the best sound for the least bucks.
tangible-technology.com If I Knew You Were Coming I’d Have Baked A Tape!
A Recipe for Tape Restoration
Tape Baking Baking Audio Reel to Reel Tapes Which Have "Sticky Shed Syndrome" by Dave Luepke
The Tape Place Out
of Print, Rare and hard to find original Compact Cassettes, 8-Track
Cartridges, 4-Track Cartridges, 7-Inch Reel To Reels and VHS Video
The Tape Project 2 Track 15 IPS premium quality pre-recorded Reel to Reel tapes
Tape Trail Posting board covering all things tape related. Reel to reel, cassette and other analogue tape formats.
the way it should be heard." Tritium guarantees Satisfaction or your
money back. Rave reviews from "BOUND for SOUND" and 97% of all
customers. Their newest product is the TRITIUM TEMPEST AMPLIFIER.
US Recording Media America's #1 Choice for Analog Recording Tape and Supplies!
archive for classic, often unobtainable turntable manuals, and
information on many current products complete with links to
manufacturers home pages and other online resources.
VinylFanatics.com Your source for everything to do with vinyl records.
Vinyl Orphanage.com Our
Lady of Perpetual Obsolescence Vinyl Rescue Mission and Orphanage. A
safe haven for forgotten and downtrodden record albums. Pastor Francis
What's Going On Up There? "...
Finally, it gives me a new respect for the venerable analog medium:
Many of the recordings I looked at that turned out to have significant
ultrasonic content were originally recorded on analog tape."—John