SOUND REPRODUCTION: BACK TO SQUARE ONE
Vinyl is killing the MP3 industry. Unknown author
Turntable System. This was the most pure form of music reproduction
Radio. In the early 20th Century, the wireless transmission of
“Amplitude Modulation” or AM came to life.
Some broadcasters started to play vinyl records
Covers. Album covers became the band artistic expression
Along came the tape player. Combining magnetic reproduction
with a radio frequency option
Size. Easy to storage and convenient to carry. That lead
to inventions like Walkman
Love for tapes. Gen Y’ers found a special connection
with this form of music reproduction
Laser needle. Compact disc digital audio players replaced the stylus
for a laser beam, resulting in a crisp and clear sound
Prisma. Astonishing colours bringing good memories
MP3 players. When everyone thought no one could top the CD quality,
the MPGE audio layer 3 was created
They came in every colour, in every shape….
In every size. Ipod Nano
Back to square one.The most pure and organic way to listen to music
is through an analog recording. e.g. A vinyl record. Digital recording
doesn’t capture the complete sound wave.
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