Posts tagged audio fidelity
Things you didn't know about vinyl records

Songs closer to the spindle hole and label on a record can sound audibly different than those on the outer edges of the disc due to what is sometimes referred to as inner groove distortion.

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The magic of the vinyl record

Sound is the vibration of particles across a medium in the form of waves. In 1877, Thomas Edison first developed a way to imprint this information onto tinfoil by etching the electrical signal of a sound wave with a needle, or stylus.

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Indie musicians need to make CDs (and here's why)

While music streaming and downloads are popular in the major label universe, independent artists rely on the tactile, physical, tangible medium that is the music CD.

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