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  1. A locked groove simply never advances; the groove changes from the spiral it was on the way in to a closed circle. Many of us have experienced the heartbreak of a home-made locked groove, a.k.a. a "broken record," that repeats a phrase ad infinitum until one gets off the couch and picks up the tone arm and manually advances the needle.
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  4. Sep 07,  · This is an example of a "locked groove" on a vinyl record, which loops the end of one side over and over until you stop it.
  5. The Minimalizm Noise Vinyl v3 is a locked groove vinyl project. A locked groove vinyl is a vinyl disc where every track keeps looping. The disc has a number of circles, one for each loop, rather than a long spiral. The aim of the project is to do community pressings, where every artist makes a loop for the vinyl and orders a few copies to pay.
  6. Locked Groove’s strength lies in his uncanny ability to shift between the industrial jams of Berghain and the lighter, deeper tones of spritely Chicago house with real guile and finesse. Both sides of his coin carry strong currency, and effectively showcase his strong natural potential as a long-term artist with a bold, ongoing influence.
  7. Feb 22,  · a locked groove on a vinyl record player Traxxasred. Loading Unsubscribe from Traxxasred? GSYBE - "Providence" Locked Groove - Duration: .
  8. Welcome to biacelgoatrogifos.draditalcudlerasorelolensiri.co, home of short run (20 or more) lathe cut records. At Lock Grooves, we manufacture custom handmade, limited edition records that are cut on polycarbonate (plexiglass) in a variety of sizes and shapes.
  9. Nov 10,  · I know nothing about locked groove records but even these semi-vintage turntables which are either automatic or semi-automatic (return tonearm to rest only) with mechanical trip-levers would not know anything other than to play a record and return the arm to the rest after the needle enters the runout (locked?) groove at the end of play.

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