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  1. Sep 18,  · I have to go with digital, but at the moment I don't often hear it. Old (pre ) music there's no contest, vinyl kills. It's intellectually interesting to hear some things (digitally reconstructed Doors, King Crimson, even Beatles) but it's really hard not to like the vinyl more. I find more modern issues and reissues to be problematical on.
  2. According to the Goldmine Standard, each vinyl and sleeve should be given a grade, that ranges from pristine Mint down to badly-damaged Poor/Fair. To determine the condition a vinyl record, you must grade it visually and, in most cases, play grade the record to give it one of eight ratings.
  3. Nov 13,  · By Clint Holley, Well Made Music It has become clear in the past five years that consumers love vinyl records. The artwork, the lyrics and personal interaction are all reasons that this once “dead” format has catapulted back into the mainstream consciousness, but when asked, most people would respond that the biggest reason they love Continue Reading.
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  5. Nov 12,  · The sounds that are unique to vinyl are those crackles, the warm tones and even the background noises. Many music connoisseurs prefer these ‘comforting’ sounds over cleaner and more modern recordings. Vinyl holds a lot more character than other formats, which is what has made it such a popular format in the past, and again in recent times.
  6. #6 Mix Sounds Bad In A Car, Weak Stereo Field The car is the ultimate judge of the stereo field. If you didn't do a good job with it, your song will sound like its a foot wide, playing right above the stereo, no a full wide sound that blasts out from the left door all the way across to the right door.
  7. Apr 19,  · [Editors Note: This is a guest blog written by Jessica Kane. Jessica is a music connoisseur and an avid record collector. She currently writes for SoundStage Direct, her go-to place for all turntables and vinyl equipment, including VPI Turntables.] Whether it is audiophiles, an older listener trying to recapture their youth, or younger listeners searching for an authentic [ ].
  8. RedShark Replay: Recently there's been a resurgence in sales of vinyl records. We don't really know why. And we think we can prove that vinyl isn't better than digital. Here's how. We've spent a lot of time talking about whether film is better than video, and whether vinyl is better than digital audio.

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