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Vinyl Record Generator

Make your own 78 vinyl record

Make your very own simulated stacks of wax! Just enter some text and click the 'Go' button. A picture of a record will be generated for you. Collect 'em, trade 'em, put 'em on your website, or e-mail 'em to your friends.

Note: this website only makes fake pictures of records. If you want real records with music on them, try Single Piece Slate.

album name
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band name
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credits
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background color:
text color:

(Note: do not link directly to the image generated on this site - it won't work. You are free to download the image, copy it, put it on your own website, or distribute it however you like. If you don't have a website to store it on, there are plenty of free image hosting sites available.)

 

Vinyl record information

From Wikipedia:

A gramophone record (also phonograph record, or simply record) is an analogue sound recording medium consisting of a flat disc with an inscribed modulated spiral groove. Gramophone records were the primary technology used for personal music reproduction for most of the 20th century. They replaced the phonograph cylinder in the 1900s, and although they were supplanted in popularity in the late 1980s by digital media, they continue to be manufactured and sold as of 2006.

The terms LP record (LP or 33), 16 rpm record (16), 45 rpm record (45), and 78 rpm record (78) each refer to specific types of gramophone records. LPs, 45s, and the exceedingly rare, spoken word only, 16s are usually made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and hence may be referred to as vinyl records or simply vinyl.

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