Why You Should Press Your Next Album on Vinyl?
Vinyl has undergone a renaissance in recent years, and more and more people are buying turntables and collecting records.
If you’re a musician, this is good news for you! Pressing your music on vinyl is a great way to reach new fans and grow your
audience. There are many benefits to pressing your album on vinyl. For one, it’s a physical product that fans can hold and
collect. It’s also a great marketing tool – you can brand your records with custom artwork and color vinyl, and people will
remember your music because it’s something they can see and touch.
Pressing your album on vinyl is another marketing tool and money maker. In addition to selling CDs or digital downloads,
now you can easily and affordably add vinyl records to your list of available merch.
If you’re looking for a way to reach new fans and grow your career, press your next album on vinyl!
They're Just So Dang Cool
Vinyl records are cool. In a sea of digital music, vinyl stands out as a physical product that collectors can hold and cherish. This has helped boost sales of vinyl over the past few years. People are more likely to
pick up your album if it has been pressed on vinyl – not to mention it looks cool to have a stack of your own records in your living room. Vinyl also has a certain nostalgic feel to it. People remember fondly the
days of big record players, and the warm sound of vinyl. When they see your record in a store or at a show, they're likely to recall what it was like to listen to their favorite albums on vinyl. This sentimentality
might give them a reason to pick up your album.
You Can Really Show Off Your Artwork
Album art is an important part of music, and it's especially important on vinyl records. Vinyl is big enough that you can actually put a lot of artwork on the record. The front and back covers, the spines, and the
inner sleeves all offer potential for artwork. You can print custom artwork for each aspect and take advantage of the size of vinyl records to really make a statement. Other options include deluxe packages that
come with posters and other goodies; people are often willing to pay more for a really cool vinyl package. Remember, you can also use different colors of vinyl – black, clear, splatter, and so on – to show your
band’s personality. These are great for bonus records that come with the album or for something special you give to your superfans.
The Sound Quality is to Die For
While some people say that vinyl sounds better than CDs and digital downloads, that’s not necessarily true. Vinyl records aren’t better, just different. Vinyl caters to the entire hearing frequency range and is
often described as having a “warmth” to it. The sound of vinyl is unique and different from the clarity and digital perfection of digital recordings. You can hear the sound of the needle on the record and feel a
greater connection with the music that appeals to a niche audience. Consider it as yet another way to share your musical talents.