And Vinyly offers a unique way to preserve the memory of the deceased.

There are numerous ways to preserve your memory after you die: a gravestone, a scholarship, or perhaps an urn. However, a unique website offers a radically novel way to do so– as a vinyl record.

And Vinyly will use the ashes of the deceased, and mix them into a batch of vinyl, which is then pressed into a run of about 30 discs. A special voice over can be added, as well as any backing sounds or music.

Although a bit morbid, there is something very interesting and modern about preserving your remains as a piece of media.

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