17.05.13 by Jeff

Laser cut record made of Wood!!!

Laser cut record made of Wood!!!
Nothing like listening to Radiohead on a piece of wood! Amanda Ghassaei is making her own records! Watch the video below!

Laser cut record made of Wood!!!

Laser cut record made of Wood!!!

Laser cut record made of Wood!!!

Laser cut record made of Wood!!!

Laser cut record made of Wood!!!

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • bob

    sounds like shit

  • haha it’s an experiment!

    • JB

      There’s a reason they started cutting vinyl. You don’t think they tried wood before? :)

  • j

    great musical choices!

  • jmsbwmn

    Far from practical, but still a cool idea!

  • Rain

    Wow. I’m actually pretty surprised by just how audible a laser engraving on wood is. It reminds me of a video that someone made using a 3D printer to create a record. Once again, not the best quality sounds but pretty sweet ideas. Gotta give them some credit.

  • Pete

    beautiful. Radiohead as played through a Victrola.

  • What is the second song?

    • G h

      Femme fatal – the Velvet Underground

  • That’s pretty awesome. Enjoy your copyright infringement letter.

    • That’s a joke btw…. Well I guess it’s not a joke if I have to say it’s a joke…. I’ll show myself the door.

  • I want this :O

  • Rob Richardson

    This is gonna cost you a fortune in needles : )

  • michelle

    this is blowing my mind. How can this work?…In fact, how do regular records work!?
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