Behind the Scenes at Oregon's Source for Vinyl: Cascade Record Pressing

“In a perfect world, the process of a record being pressed is about a three-day cycle,” explains Cascade Record Pressing’s COO Mark Rainey: ▶ First 24 hours: Labels are cured. ▶ Second 24 hours: Records are pressed and allowed to cure and cool overnight. ▶ Third 24 hours: Ready for assembly and dispatch. Sounds simple enough, right? Well, the process is a manual, labor-intensive one with a lot of moving... read more

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