There’s no denying the fact that we’re in a full vinyl record renaissance at this point. But while you can get thousands of great vinyl albums from both old and new bands these days, the technology used to create the records you put on your turntable is relatively unchanged… until now. Phonocut is a new home vinyl recorder that does exactly what the name says–it lets you make your own vinyl records at home with a device not much bigger than a traditional turntable. The research, development and design that went into the project over the handful of years it took to create it is complex, but using it is incredibly easy. Place a Phonocut vinyl blank on the turntable. Connect your audio source of choice with a 1/8″ stereo mini jack. Press start to begin the recording. Press start again to end the recording. It’s like making old school mixtapes on cassette except the final product is significantly better. Phonocut has an estimated delivery date of December 2020.