What home recording systems for Vinyl records did people have in the 1960s?

Question by Ozzy B: What home recording systems for Vinyl records did people have in the 1960s?
What home recording systems did they have in the 1960s for recording vinyl records? How did they record Vinyl records at home? Was this a common?

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Answer by rmm
You didn’t record them at home. You just went to a store and purchased what you wanted. If you needed to record, then you would have to find a recording studio, and pay $ $ $ .

Reel to Reel tape existed, but most people didn’t have it. Serious people wanting to record probably used it.

Cassette tape was the first media that let almost everyone record at home.

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  • October 8, 2013 at 5:30 am
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    actually most people didn’t do much in the way of home recording. If we needed to record something it was on reel to reel tape. You had to go into a professional recording studio to have a record recorded.

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