The world’s biggest record collection to become a listenable archive
Last year, Zero Freitas received his first dose of publicity when he surfaced as the man behind the world’s largest record collection. With over 5 million vinyl records to his name, the Brazilian collector now looks to open up his endless array of records to the masses by expanding his collection into a listenable archive.
Zero Freitas recently sat down with BBC News to give some insight into his compilation process, storage procedures, and his future plans to evolve his personal stockpile into a listenable and searchable archive. Freitas began his passion for collecting music when he was a teenager, and now decades later, he has a full team to perform the cleaning and cataloging of his prized musical anthology. Watch out the video below to meet Zero Freitas and see first hand how the world’s biggest record collection operates.