Record players are an important part of your home, and a number of software tools are available to help you make them.
But what about those you don’t have access to?
A new software company, Record Player Table, aims to solve that problem.
It is based in Denmark and has a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo that aims to raise £50,000 ($66,000) for its first run of prototypes.
Its software will allow you to create and manage recorders for as little as £20 ($27).
Its first version is now available on Kickstarter and you can read more about its features in the video below.
Record Player Table has raised £50k ($66k) to get its first prototype of its software made.
As well as making recorders, Record Table will also make a set of video cameras, so you can record audio while watching video.
If you want to get more involved in the project, there are also three ways to pledge, the first of which is to be a backer on the Indiegogogo campaign.
The third way is to join the crowdfunding campaign directly through the company’s website, which costs £3 ($4.50) to join.
The company’s creator, Christian Høgh, told the BBC that his company was founded in Denmark, and the company has offices in the US and the UK.
“The idea came from a desire to create a tool for creating recorders and a video recorder, but it has evolved to the point where it now exists as a complete software solution,” he said.
Høgh said that he has received feedback from people who have used the software for years and wanted more options.
In addition to its software, the company also plans to release a companion app called Live Recorder, which is designed to work with your existing video camera and record audio as well as video.
If you’ve got a computer, you can download the software to your computer, so that you can create a live video record with your own voice or with your friends, or if you have a smartphone, you’ll be able to record your own music.
The first version of Record Player table will be available on Indigogo in the coming months, and its Kickstarter campaign has reached its target of £20,000.
More:The company has also posted a video explaining how to use the software, which you can watch below.