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AirVinyl app for iPad gives your MP3 tracks an old school vinyl sound


Don't ask us how, but the AirVinyl app claims to turn your MP3 collection into a set of vinyl on the go.

The app was created within Air Studios in London, with the intention of turning those MP3s you have on your iPad into something with the 'ambience, warmth and experience' of vinyl recordings.

Choose your records from any of the crates where your collection is kept and play single tracks or albums on the 'authentic' teak and brushed steel AirVinyl record deck. If you want to compile your favourite songs together into one playlist, you can create a mixture and play it in the Air cassette deck. Any playlists you have stored on iPad will be accessible as mixtapes too.

If you've got AirPlay, you can also wirelessly connect to your hi-fi, turning your iPad into an audio component. More updates coming soon, including more skins, but if you want it now, it's available for 69 pence.

Find out more at the iTunes website


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