A digital sound capture process must quantize an infinite set of real sample values into a set of approximating values that has a finite size yet is still information-rich. How big should that set be and how many bits are needed to represent its members? http://bit.ly/yw4dGV
[i]The Goldberg Variations[/i] by J. S. Bach and [i]Music for 18 Musicians[/i] by Steve Reich would seem very different at first glance. But both have a similar structure, and both have been recorded on vinyl in a way that does not accurately reflect that structure. We can fix that. http://bit.ly/xN34pD
Seek and preserve maximum source information when transferring analog audio to digital formats. Don’t let anyone tell you that it doesn’t matter, that your albums are not in pristine condition, that your equipment isn’t good enough, or you are not a trained listener.