Learn about the cultural and design impacts of these wonderful audio machines in this 264-page book.
Vinyl's resurgence shows no signs of slowing down, and with its newfound popularity has come an explosion of innovation in turntable design. Not one to simply focus on the present, audio design expert Gideon Schwartz, author of spiritual successor Hi-Fi, has taken a look at the evolution of this critical component from the 1950s forward in Revolution: The History of Turntable Design. This sizable tome covers decks that are/were affordable, high-end, and in between, with over 300 images and illustrations to provide added context for the writing, which examines the impact of these machines from both a design and cultural standpoint.
10.6" x 8.1" / 264 Pages