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  1. Nov 19,  · Creating a club edit or a radio edit of your finished track inevitably involves some artistic compromise. Gary Hiebner shows some practical steps involved in creating radio edits in Logic Pro. So you have decided on a track you wish to send to be played on the radio, but one problem is that your track is 7 minutes, and most radio-friendly.
  2. The mastering engineer will need this info so that the pressing plant will get everything right. Final Words. So there you have it Mixing for vinyl in a nutshell. With these points in mind you should be able to roll out good mixdowns and make your tunes translate well to vinyl.
  3. Jun 09,  · When I did college radio in the late 80's the station had just purchased its first (single) CD player. At that time we had just started reporting to CMJ and were just beginning to receive CD promos. Even then it was still primarily vinyl (mostly 45's), with selected album and CD cuts dubbed to cart (since carts were a lot less likely to "walk.
  4. Mar 05,  · To conclude why new DJs should start on vinyl, I think it’s safe to say that these tips are probably impractical for most new DJs entering the craft. Space is obviously a factor, and records may be hard to come by in some cities.
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  6. Jul 21,  · Ultimately, when you are making a radio edit, you have to consider your market. Stick to the rules for a pop track you're pitching to mainstream radio. If you're playing outside the box, like on a non-commercial or non-pop radio station, don't send them a .
  7. Radio Stations that play vinyl. Close. 2. Posted by. Well Tempered. 5 years ago. Archived. Radio Stations that play vinyl. my local community radio station does depending on the show/host. There is a pair s in the DJ booth ready to go. My new vinyl setup! k. comments. share. save hide report. k. Posted by 1 day ago.
  8. Jan 31,  · Wow, that’s an old school radio question. I think the last time I was regularly playing vinyl on the radio was around , and even then it was an AM station whose facilities would have been considered rather antiquated. Anyway, it’s simple. A tu.

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