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READ WATCH LISTEN New MakerSpace machine converts vinyl albums into digital tracks The MakerSpace media conversion station at the Main Library now features an ION Archive LP machine. This piece of equipment means vinyl collectors can bring their records in and turn them into digital tracks. The new converter accepts 33, 45, and 78 LP formats and converts in real time. The machine can be reserved for two hours at a time. Customers are limited to one reservation a day, but can make up to six reservations six weeks in advance. The staff in the MakerSpace say if you want to use the machine, bring a flash drive or have cloud storage available for your new digital tracks. CDs can be burned as well. You might also want to bring headphones if you want to listen to your albums while they record. Flash drives, CDs, and earbuds are available for purchase in the MakerSpace. Make an appointment by visiting


LibraryLinks | Winter 2017

CARDHOLDERS FIND NEW LIBRARY APP EASIER TO USE Cardholders are downloading the new Library app, made available in mid-October. It features a clean, modern design and easy-to-use icons that let Library cardholders search the catalog, manage holds and fines, download items from the eBranch, find the nearest Library location, check for programs, and check out books without having to go to the self-check-out machine. Find the new app in the app store! If you have questions on how to use it, you can always ask a staff member or call us anytime at 513-369-6900.

LibraryLinks: Winter 2017  

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