Yet another format – and I’ll bet the price tag is the most significant difference! With rapidly dwindling standard CD sales, why would these sell?
Or do you hear what you believe? What is happening when scientific data and subjective listening provide different, even contradictory conclusions? Do you go with what you hear, or the objective data? Here’s an opinion.
This evolving graphic maps the many genres of music and provides audio samples and lists of representative artists.
Here’s an article setting out why this format update/upgrade won’t become popular. I’ll wait and see what actually eventuates. High definition vinyl?
Yes, for me sound quality does matter when listening to music.
People who experience chills when listening to music have brains that are different to those who don’t. Their auditory senses are connected to emotions ……
“A Maid of Constant Sorrow” was Judy Collins’ debut album, released in 1961. The lyrics of the song “The Prickilie Bush” (credited to Traditional) bear a striking resemblance to Led Zeppelin’s “Gallows Pole” released some years later. There have been many versions, and at least in this case Page & Plant credit it as their […]