Vinylify

Aug 18, 2015

Category: Tech

The biggest draw for vinyl music is that it simply sounds warmer and fuller than most other mediums like CDs or MP3s. But, vinyl records typically lack the ability to create your own mix tape with your own track list. Now, Vinylify will allow users to do just that.

The service lets you create your own vinyl record mix tape, whether you choose songs from their online catalog of music or upload your own. Once the track list is finalized, the service presses your personalized vinyl. Finally, you’re able to create your own personalized cover using one of their templates. When your cover artwork is finalized, the company will ship the record to your door. One personalized vinyl will cost $55. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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