There’s a belief that the vinyl medium supplies the best audio fidelity. Browsing the mechanisms by which sound information is transferred, it seems digital should be able to deliver the same information.
I imagine this is largely opinion, but what are your technical thoughts? Are people caught within a veil of nostalgia? Are there subtle differences?
It's all down to personal preference.
These days I care way less for the medium than I used to. I'm happy with a 128k MP3 if the song is good.
What do you think of Stone Temple Pilots? Scott Weiland, the lead singer, died recently. They never seemed to get due respect. Were you a fan of American bands during the early-mid 90s?Ott responded on 01/22/2016 Next question
Hey Ott, do you like video games? Your love for old audio technology reminds me of people that love old gaming consoles from the 70’s and 80’s. What type do you enjoy? I recently played “Braid” and “Journey”, two unusual games that struck gold a few years back. I highly recommend.
Do you like video game music? You should check out OC Remix. The site hosts some quality game music for free. Also, if you’re looking to fuck about with pre-made melodies while creating your own arrangements, you should try submitting a track to OC Remix. I’d love to hear a submission from you.