Live On Lacquer Volume 2

by Black Belt Mastering

  • Record/Vinyl

    Limited online to only 100 copies on white vinyl, this 7" 45rpm record is the result of a rare 'live to disc' recording by Jeremy Enigk and Tomo Nakayama. Comes with beautiful centerfold 'lathe' artwork and custom 45 adaptor. A smaller number of copies will be available from each artist at shows.

    shipping out on or around August 23, 2017
    edition of 100  18 remaining

      $10 USD or more 

     

  • Record/Vinyl

    Limited online to only 100 copies on random-color* vinyl, this 7" 45rpm record is the result of a rare 'live to disc' recording by Jeremy Enigk and Tomo Nakayama. Comes with beautiful centerfold 'lathe' artwork and custom 45 adaptor. A smaller number of copies will be available from each artist at shows.

    *colors are completely random and specific colors may not be requested. Even though 'blue' is pictured, you will most likely not receive a blue record.

    shipping out on or around August 23, 2017
    edition of 100 

      $10 USD or more 

     

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Live On Lacquer preserves music in a way that is timeless and genuine. Much like the way records were made in the mid-20th century, these songs are captured live and cut in real-time onto lacquer discs with our 1940’s Scully vinyl lathe. Once cut, the lacquer masters are immediately sent off for plating and pressing. Each song is recorded in one take with no editing, allowing for the truest expression of the artist's performance to be captured. The recording method used here is 100% analog and retains a level of humanity and imperfection often lost in modern digital productions.

The following equipment was used to make this record:
Microphones - Lawson 251, Neumann KSM 104, Royer 121, Coles 4038 (pair)
Preamps - Neve 1073
Compression - Empirical Labs EL8, Manley Variable Mu, FCS P3SME, Maselec MLA-3
Equalization - Focusrite 315 MKII, Squarewave Industries Net EQ and Stereo Width Control
Lathe - 1940's Scully vinyl lathe with Westrex 3D-II Stereo cutter head and 1700 cutting amplifier
Record Press - SMT 7" Press

Special Thanks: Jeremy Enigk, Tomo Nakayama, Rocky Votolato, Austin Thomason, Ed Brooks, Aimery Fortuner, Danny Gross, Sarah Seitz, Tom Gross, Robin Reed, Jon Lubelski, Ray Blevins, Beth Proctor, Mike Barela.

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releases August 24, 2017

Recording & Mixing - Austin Thomason
Mastering & Cutting - Levi Seitz
Assistant Engineer - Ed Brooks
Electroforming - NiPro Records
Record Pressing - United Record Pressing
Art & Layout - Aimery Fortuner
Marketing - Danny Gross

Mastering: blackbeltmastering.com
Mixing: austinthomason.com
Video: youtu.be/12vmikKKJzc

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