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Visual guides

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Visual guides are parts of the vinyl record's tracks that are convoluted faster towards the center of the record for about 1-2 spins, allowing listener can skip tracks easily (track-starts are visible and easy to recognize on the record). For some manufacturers this can be only achieved by putting silence between the tracks. Adjusting the convolution ratio is a better approach, since track-starts are not confused for very silent parts and/or pauses and audio can remain seemless (we will always keep the original master exactly how you submit it to us, unless requested).