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1. What file formats do you accept for audio? We accept audio files in the following formats: .wav, .aiff, or .mp3. 2. How should I organize the audio files in the folder? Organize the files in a folder with the folder’s name corresponding to the order number. 3. How should I rename the audio files […]
“Cutting” is the process of engraving music tracks onto a vinyl. A cutting needle creates a groove on the vinyl surface, also known as the “groove,” physically representing the sound of your music. Track Length and Groove Width: Think of the groove like a road for your music to travel. If you have a few […]
As part of Vinyl2go GmbH, Berliner Vinylwerk operates in Berlin, Germany, under its Federal and Regional Law System. We are duly authorised to make copies of original tracks composed by the client. Copyright infringements are a criminal offence and customer engages his/her/its own and sole responsibility in case of violation. As part of the contract, […]
The final sound outcome depends on the quality of the source you provide : .mp3 files will sound as .mp3, uncompressed files (.wav .aiff) that have been professionally edited will sound fully. The length of data engraved on the record’s side affects volume : the shorter the louder. Especially for DJs, we highly recommend to […]
Cover printing is subcontracted to a typography and delivery schedule is affected. Cover and label templates come for free and it’s up to you to adequately fill them (with exact measures and high-quality images). If you need our services for graphic issues we charge €30 regardless of the quantity of records ordered.
Quality Check relates to the feasibility and the final outcome of your project : it is prerequisite if your track has not been professionally edited. We need to generate a vinyl-optimised preview of your sound : this is not a mastering service but a rendering of the final outcome. NB: We cannot guarantee feasibility for […]
Technically yes, nevertheless the quality of the record will be very low : it will sound as an MP3.
we definitely prefer “.wav” and “.aiff” for the cutting service; “.wav” or “.aiff” files should be at 24 or 16 bit, with peaks at -6dB (full scale) for us to provide a suitable mastering service; further options apply to the mixing service (separated channel by separated channel).
“Control” means that we check your file (for free) in order to see if it respects the standards needed to be printed on vinyl, then: If your file respects adequate values we cut the record without additional cost. If your file does not respect standards we must then optimise it (price indicatively ranges €5-€10/track). Some […]