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LP article from Wikipedia about the long playing vinyl record and its history.

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LP record entry from Wikipedia

Wikipedia - LP

  • The RIAA did something right.

    In 1954, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) introduced a standard equalization curve to be used by all record manufacturers.

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Comment #1 posted on 2023-01-10T19:03:54Z by Celeste

Riaa curve and italian youtuber video

Reading about RIAA equalization and vinyl disks made me remember about this video i watched some time ago.
I hope the automatic subtitles are good enough. He made a LP disk..out of chocolate, engraving it on his own and applying that RIAA equalization first. Being able to hear something out of the noise is quite cool

There's also a more recent one using laser engraver on wood instead of chocolate

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