Question: What is runout on vinyl?

The Dead Wax or Run-Out Area is the part between the end of the music on the record and the centre label (in the image above the area between the red lines).

How do you find out when a vinyl was pressed?

A closer look at the spine of the record sleeve will also help determine whether you have an original pressing. Original pressings usually have a four-letter and number combination like WXYZ-1234. Other records after the second or third pressing have two letters and five number combinations, such as XY-12345.

How do you read matrix runout?

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What are the numbers on a vinyl record?

A matrix or stamper number is a code etched inside the end-groove area found on each side of a vinyl LP. Consisting of numbers and/or letters, the code may indicate recording dates, specific takes, and even the system of recording.

What is the run out Groove?

Run Out Groove is a vinyl only label launched that caters specifically to music fanatics, pressing limited edition titles made by music fans for music fans.

What does masterdisk mean on vinyl?

Masterdisk is an audio mastering company based out of NY. The number is used to denote what batch the record has been pressed in.

What is catalog number on vinyl?

A catalog number is an identification number assigned to a music release by a record label. Many catalog numbers are similar to the last digits of the barcode of the release, and is followed by a format code, a single digit defining the physical music format the recording is pressed on.

What is the middle of a vinyl record called?

Labels: The paper circle in the middle of a pressed record. Sometimes referred to as a “sticker”, a record label is actually not adhered to the face of the disc after pressing – it is an integral part of the pressing process, and serves to cool the middle of the record while it is being pressed.

How a record is mastered?

Mastering a song involves taking a mix and putting the final touches on it by elevating certain sonic characteristics. This can involve aspects like adjusting levels, applying stereo enhancement, and monitoring for clicks and pops–anything that could distract the listener from the music.

Is 180g vinyl better?

180 gram vinyl records are stronger and more durable, so they tend to last longer and resist breakage. Because they are stronger, 180 gram vinyl records also resist warping better than records of conventional weight. (Warped, or bent, records can distort the music pressed upon them and cause the stylus to jump/skip.)

Where is the catalog number on vinyl?

They are usually printed on the spine of the album or on the back cover of the vinyl record jacket. For vinyl records, the cat number is not only found in one place. At most, it is found on the outside and on the inside, on the record disc itself.

What is OG vinyl?

OG = original = first.

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