Vinyl Ripping

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Vinyl Ripping

Post by RGRPGN » Wed Feb 20, 2019 3:37 pm

Hi guys what is the best solution in your opinion to rip vinyl?

Now I have a Reloop 2000 and a Traktor Audio 4

What is the best solution of software and hardware (turntables, shells and audio interface) to start this process?

I really want to extract some mp3 at 320kbps with a really high quality sound

Thanks in advance for helpful

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Re: Vinyl Ripping

Post by joe987 » Mon Apr 22, 2019 10:30 am

With your current set up I would just get a good quality cartridge and rip to wav or aiff.
You can eq and limit the file slightly in a daw.
If you are really serious about ripping you can upgrade all your kit and become an expert eqing the file but for basic needs the above should do just right.

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Re: Vinyl Ripping

Post by RGRPGN » Wed Apr 24, 2019 4:05 pm

Thanks man :)

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Re: Vinyl Ripping

Post by John Clees » Fri Apr 26, 2019 6:17 am

Record into a computer at in at 24/96 as the original source and use those. Heavey but worth it.

If you chose to fill up a usb with 2/3rd the sound of mp3's at least you'll have a reference point to the cleanest source, and save them separately.

Funny story, I'm currently doing this, recorded like 5 hours, and got a little too click-happy and lost about 4 hrs yaay! Ha!

I think 320kps is too high on the high end, I've always preferred playing 256 kps my entire life.

Just my .02

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