Lathe Cut Record Pricin​g


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 All orders must be paid up front in FULL before work begins.
Sales Are final and AS-IS No refunds These Are Custom Made Items.

Lathe Cut Record Pricing

 No Minimums

 Clear Polycarbonate Records  
45 rpm  Double Sided - $10.00 
33 rpm  Double Sided - $12.00

7" inch - 7 mins per side @ 33 rpm  
7" inch - 4.5 mins per side @ 45 rpm

Black Polycarbonate
  45 rpm Double Sided - $20.00
 33 rpm Double Sided - $22.00

Shipping Rates
 Flat Rate Envelope  9 1/2" x 12 1/2" - Fits 10 - 7" records $8.95

 Flat Rate Padded Envelope 9/ 1/2" x 12" - Fits 25 - 7" records $9.65

Plain White Labels Will Soon Be Discontinued .50 cents Each Side "Call"

White Inner Sleeves - No ChargeI don't  Print Labels Or Outer Jackets

 12" inch records
Clear - 33 or 45 rpm - $120  "Call"

21 mins per side @ 33 rpm
14 mins per side @ 45 rpm 

10" Inch Records 
Clear 33 or 45 rpm - $75  "Call"

12 mins per side @ 33 rpm 
9 mins per side @ 45 rpm 

I don't stock sleeves or jackets for 12" or 10"AVAILABLE IN CLEAR ONLY

Ordering Lathe cuts - Never A Setup Fee

Do not ask me to do different songs for each record, because this involves auditioning the full length of each audio file, changing compression settings and levels for each one, timing the length of the audio file for the correct "LINES PER INCH" on the lathe.
 
Anti-skating and tone arm counter weight should be adjusted for best results on embossed lathe cuts to TRACK properly, although I've had good results using no anti-skating adjustment on a cheep and expensive turntables.

NO INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING. All records shipped Flat Rate USPS Priority Mail.

LATHE CUT RECORDS MAY NOT ALWAYS PLAY ON INEXPESIVE TURNTABLES ! ADJUST THE ANTI-SKATING FOR BEST RESULTS!

Sibilant Vocal Tracks De-essing  (also de-sibilizing) is any technique intended to reduce or eliminate excessive highs in the recording or the prominence of sibilant consonants, such as the sounds normally found in the vocal track by "s" and "sh", in recordings of the human voice.

Sibilant lies in  frequencies anywhere between 2–10 kHz, depending on the   individual's  dental work. This causes havoc in record cutting.

I WILL NOT FIX THIS THIS, THIS IS THE STUDIO'S RESPONSIBILITY. All AUDIO IS TRANSFERRED AS "FLAT CUT".

I'll throw in the Behringer 9024 Ultra-Dyne to clean up some sibilance 

  Sibilant WILL CAUSE THE RECORD TO SKIP AND AND WILL MAKE A RUSHING SOUND DURING PLAYBACK.

There is a trade-off - Your Choice  LOUDER CUT = The possibility for SKIPPING

SOFTER CUT = Lower volume = zero chance for SKIPPINGI
If your record skips try different turntables. NO DO OVERS