Phonocut is a Vienna-based company that focuses on making on-demand record cutting devices.

Today, they announced an interesting analog device that lets you create (and record) your own vinyl records – “PHONOCUT Home Vinyl Recorder“.

While this may not be for everyone – but if you are a music enthusiast and want to go analog with your personal vinyl record collection, this could be your chance.

You just need to plug in your virtual source of music and put a blank record to get started. Once done, it just takes a single button to start recording your favorite music onto the vinyl records.

As opposed to the analog solutions, the digital experience for listening to music is completely different. For instance, you can easily transfer music from iTunes to Android and add songs to apple music.

There’s also a lot of music streaming services that make the analog experience obsolete for a lot of people.

However, Phonocut aims to bring back the age of analog music by giving users the ability to record their music from virtual sources to a blank vinyl record.

The PHONOCUT Home Vinyl Recorder will be up for pre-orders on October 15th (Tuesday) at Kickstarter starting at €999.

We shall update the article with the Kickstarter link when the pre-order starts.

What do you think about a vinyl recorder? Is it going to attract digital-age music listeners? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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