robyn raymond

Short Run Vinyl Cutter from Toronto, Canada
Robyn Raymond is the owner of Red Spade Records a super boutique record label and specialty record production firm. Raymond’s interest in music began early with Raymond touring across Canada as the lead singer of rock band 40 Gun Flagship. She transitioned into an artist support role with The Union Ltd. touring with several acts including Motley Crue and Sam Smith. After a brief exit from the music industry to work with the Canadian Olympic Bobsled, Hockey and Skeleton teams, Raymond returned to the industry. Rather than going back on the road, she shifted her interest to vinyl records and the complex art of lathe cutting. Today Raymond works out of the famed Lacquer Chanel Mastering in Toronto, the oldest mastering studio in Canada. She holds the distinction of being the only female record cutter in the entire nation of Canada. As a lathe cutter, a specialized role in the process of vinyl record manufacturing, Raymond has worked on projects with everyone from respected labels like Dine Alone Records to Italian luxury fashion brand Prada. A believer in bringing more women into technical fields in the music industry, Raymond takes every opportunity to speak at industry events. She is a contributor and board member of Women in Vinyl, and is now co-hosting the podcast of the same name.
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robyn raymond
Short Run Vinyl Cutter from Toronto, Canada
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