Here’s What A 3D-Printed Record Sounds Like [Video]

Here's What A 3D-Printed Record Sounds Like [Video] on RRW discusses the process used to generate (in a digital way, it seems) to create a 3D-printed playable 12-inch record. It sounds terrible.

I was thinking it might make more sense to use an analog method like the original record was made: tell the printer to create a flat track while blasting the sound in the print chamber.

Author: Charlie Herron

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