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News: Why Does Analog Sound Better Than Digital?
Posted on Monday, December 06, 2010 @ 18:20:18 UTC
Topic: Commentary

Music was forever changed in 1983. Up to that year we had lived in a digital-audio-free world, where musicians and the music industry flourished in a state of pure analog bliss. Vast numbers of people actually listened to music - without doing anything else - on a regular basis. An analog recording corresponds the variations in air pressure of the original sound. A digital recording is a series of numbers that correspond to the sound's continuous variations, but the numbers have to be reconverted to analog signals before the can be listened to. No wonder analog and digital sound so different from each other. Complete Article





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