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893thecurrent:

For $15, anyone at Jack White’s Third Man Records in Nashville can pop in and cut their own track, etched forever onto a 33 RPM single. You put in the special tokens, pull a lever, and the Record Booth surges to life, plopping a fresh master onto the spindle and dropping the cutting needle on the outer edge. A red light comes on in the booth, and you’re off—for exactly 144 seconds of recording time.
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893thecurrent:

For $15, anyone at Jack White’s Third Man Records in Nashville can pop in and cut their own track, etched forever onto a 33 RPM single. You put in the special tokens, pull a lever, and the Record Booth surges to life, plopping a fresh master onto the spindle and dropping the cutting needle on the outer edge. A red light comes on in the booth, and you’re off—for exactly 144 seconds of recording time.

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