Gramophone record, also known as vinyl record, has long been the mainstream sound carrier before the advent of compact discs. The music of gramophone records is recorded in analog on the groove of the disk and is played on the gramophone record player when its needle touches the groove. Among the different formats of gramophone records, the most popular one is LP (Long Play) as each LP can carry about 45 minutes of music or 12 songs with the speed of 33⅓ rpm and use of microgroove specification. Though digital streaming is dominating the music industry nowadays, audiophiles still prefer gramophone records as they feel the analog audio quality sounds superior to digital audio. Connect to the MMIS to see if you feel likewise.