Record your own vinyl at Phonica.

Starting next week, Phonica Records in Soho will be hosting a vintage Aberlour Voice-O-Graph recording booth.

Throughout the first half of the 20th century the Voice-O-Graph allowed people to record their voice directly to disc and was a popular way to send messages to friends and families, and in the past decade it has been brought back to our attention by the likes of Jack White and DJ Shadow. Last year, Neil Young recorded his A Letter Home album in White’s booth.

From October 20 until November 2, the Aberlour Voice-O-Graph at Phonica Records will be available to the public to record their own message or music onto 6″ vinyl free of charge, courtesy of whisky manufacturer Aberlour. [via The Vinyl Factory]



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