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im from new jersey and i checked around here without finding anything
does anybody know of or can recomend somewhere to get tunes pressed
the price isn't too big of a deal, but i dont need anything ultra proffesional
thanks in advance to anyone who replies
all of which are over 3000 miles away from New Jersey. Personally if i'm gonna pay money to get a tune mastered to Vinyl I would want to go and sit in on the session. Make it a learning experience. Those two i've added are just examples and the poor sparky link has done everything from Jay-Z to Miles Davis, I'm sure they could accomodate the Dubstep sound. But at the end of the days its up to Widdler, if he doesn't mind spending a little extra to get his Wax shipped over from the UK then fair enough. Just thought something a little closer to home would be better.relik wrote:No offense, but I don't think either of those places have experience with dubstep. I'd go to a place that works with bass heavy electronic music. Heard nothing but good things from Vinyl Carvers, Carvery Cuts, and Transition.
Didn't think it would cost extra to sit in on the session? Got 4 dubs cut last year at transitions, the most exciting part of the whole experience was sitting there while leon worked his magic. Being there while your track is mastered is what its all about, especially if its your first tune being mastered. Transitions will be atleast $75 a side of acetate, plus shipping rates so I can't see the difference. If I was living in the states (and a few minutes form NY) i would definately look around there before considering overseas.relik wrote:Yeah, well if you can sit in a studio that would be nice, but then it's usually going to cost you more....usually half hour or hourly rates for studio time and that usually doesn't include the cut, so the price could be pretty expensive just for a one off. Those other places are like $50-75 a pop with mastering and shipping included, plus they already know the sound.
Most of the places are overseas, but it's really not that bad even with shipping (Carvery is under $60 mastered, cut and shipped for a 10" with a track on each side). Transition is around the same but they're true dubplates. Carvery and a lot of the other places use those everlasting vinyl/pvc compound plates. They're cheaper, but I heard they last longer. Don't know if there is much of a sound difference though.
The only place I've come across online in the states is Turnstyle Records. They could be close to $100 for a 10" plate after mastering and any other edits, but they're true dubplates too.
yes i agree, i would want to go with a place dealing with electronic music or dubstep knowledgerelik wrote:No offense, but I don't think either of those places have experience with dubstep. I'd go to a place that works with bass heavy electronic music. Heard nothing but good things from Vinyl Carvers, Carvery Cuts, and Transition.
also it doenst have to be in new jersey, are there any places i can do it over the internet?
like any who do overseas work
thanks for everyones help
if its vinyl pressin u r after then theres places in the states that do short runs. i think theres one in detroit that a lot of ppl use, no idea of the name tho sorry. otherwise theres a place in prague thats cheap.
maybe it aint that u want either tho....?
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