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well, yeah and no.

For instance one could do a low respolution digital copy of an analog tape recording and on the first pass lose an aweful lot of audible information. But...one can also take that low res digital copy and do a thousand generational copies with zero degradation. OTOH in the analog domain one can do a one to one copy on analog tape and have the first generation be virtually indistiguishable from the original but if one were to make a thousand generations of that original recording in analog you'd have an end copy that was far far more degraded than the low res digital copy. This test just doesn't hold up when condiering digital media. different rules

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  • well, yeah and no. - Analog Scott 12:00:15 04/19/17 (0)


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