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How to Pirate a Vinyl Record (9 pics)

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This is how you make a copy of a vinyl record.

1 How to Pirate a Vinyl Record (9 pics)


2 How to Pirate a Vinyl Record (9 pics)


3 How to Pirate a Vinyl Record (9 pics)


4 How to Pirate a Vinyl Record (9 pics)


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№1 Author: treeman22tyger (19 Oct 2012 02:00) Total user comments: 95


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personally I just download it from bit torrent!! 07
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№2 Author: Dirk The Impailer (19 Oct 2012 05:58) Total user comments: 7


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I sure hope the next "how to" they post is how to pirate 8-track tapes. They were out of all the new releases in the 8-track tape section last weekend at Wal-Mart. Talk about dissapointing. But, hey, I can always borrow my friends 8-track tapes if someone will just teach me how to pirate them... 06
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№3 Author: rodrigozanatta (19 Oct 2012 08:06) Total user comments: 692


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this is verry more easy than copy a CD.
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№4 Author: mashie5 (19 Oct 2012 12:02) Total user comments: 1357


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i would think there would be some air bubbles in those tiny grooves
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№5 Author: jP (19 Oct 2012 18:48) Total user comments: 855


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04 Cool!
So this is what happens in my DVD-rewriter.... 07
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№6 Author: Pilgrim (19 Oct 2012 20:03) Total user comments: 2288


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This is dumb..
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№7 Author: Jinxaruny (19 Oct 2012 21:56) Total user comments: 10324


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Wicked!
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№8 Author: johnny Reynoso (20 Oct 2012 00:32) Total user comments: 3712


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15 MALDITA PIRATERIA GENIAL AHAHAHAHAAHAHAH
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№9 Author: OldOllie (21 Oct 2012 09:22) Total user comments: 1329


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"i would think there would be some air bubbles in those tiny grooves"

I would pretty much guarantee it, either on the mold or the copy, and it only takes one to ruin the whole thing. If you want to try it, though, put your silicone glop in a vacuum jar before pouring to get the air bubbles out, then pull a vacuum on the coated record and release it before it sets up. Repeat both step when casting a copy, and it might work.
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№10 Author: alexacrow (2 Nov 2012 22:09) Total user comments: 1134


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Great. I'll just take some sillicone rubber mixture and my casting resine out of the cabinet. This should be piece of cake 13 13 13
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№11 Author: adzhoe (10 Nov 2012 04:24) Total user comments: 14959


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Yeah riigght
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