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RE: You ask a good question

"Another logical conclusion is that recording engineers and record producers do not value the sound of vinyl. If they did, it would be very easy for them to produce CDs with the characteristic sound of vinyl."

I'm not so sure that is really such a logical conclusion. I think the production of commercial CDs and LPs involve a lot more than the personal preferences of producers and engineers. Clealry commerical interests come into play too. I doubt that highly compressed CDs are really a representation of the tastes of most recording engineers or even producers but it does represent what most of them are actually putting out with pop/rock music. I think even in classical music there are more considerations that go into how the music is recorded than purely sound quality.

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  • RE: You ask a good question - Analog Scott 11:12:54 08/02/17 (0)


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