‘The Beginner’s Guide to Vinyl: How to Build, Maintain, and Experience a Music Collection in Analog’ by Jenna Miles, Out December 2nd, 2016

‘The Beginner’s Guide to Vinyl: How to Build, Maintain, and Experience a Music Collection in Analog’ by Jenna Miles, OutDecember 2nd, 2016

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As the popularity and resurgence of collecting vinyl music continue to grow, there’s no better time than now for ‘The Beginner’s Guide to Vinyl: How to Build, Maintain, and Experience a Music Collection in Analog,’ a new book written by vinyl expert Jenna Miles, due out December 2nd, 2016.

Vinyl records are back–in a big way. Music lovers are turning back to vinyl for its pure sound and the fun of collecting. If you’re ready to take the plunge, The Beginner’s Guide to Vinyl will walk you through the basics of what is sure to become your newest passion.

Whether your musical tastes are jazz, rock, country, classical, or show tunes, you can find vinyl records from your favorite artists–but you have to know where to look. And DJ-turned-vinyl-expert Jenna Miles will let you know all that and more.

Check out:

How records are made
Where to purchase a turntable
How to take care of both the machine and your vinyl records
And more!

If you’re a more advanced audiophile, you’ll find plenty of information about hardware beyond the entry-level options, along with a backstage pass to tidbits and stories about artists and the industry that you’ve never heard before. It’s the next best thing to an afternoon spent at the record store!

‘The Beginner’s Guide to Vinyl: How to Build, Maintain, and Experience a Music Collection in Analog’ is now available for pre-order here.

Links:

https://www.srcvinyl.com/

http://www.vinylcollective.com/

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