Staying with analogue even when using micro and digital technologies

The arguments were being made loud and clear by musicians and their many followers that they would much prefer listening to a live and real sound, rather than a synchronized, tinny or artificial sound. If you spoke to any of those music lovers walking about with their cool headphones and that class themselves as hip or in with the latest technologies, they would probably wrinkle their noses at the suggestion to go more authentic in their music selection.

But the truth of the matter is that such up to date millennials have already taken their cue from the likes of microchip.com and many other techno spaces and are getting the best of both music fixes; digital and analogue. It is no longer a pretentious excuse to say that you are old school and then lament at not being able to get in touch with the bells and whistles that helped to drive your genuine music listening experiences.

Today the technologies are already in place allowing music lovers and music pundits the best of both worlds in the form of both digital and analogue. In some artistic instances, the same doubling up is available in certain movie genres. Looking, learning and listening are the way to go. Reading up on websites such as the above given example leads you to (not so) new technologies such as DAC, otherwise known as digital to analog.

The transfer allows digital files to play those same qualitative and clear sounds that music afionados remain attached to. A digital file is transmitted through the digital to analog converter (DAC) to make that authentic sound possible for the listener. Digital signals, however, will remain mostly favorably accessible for listening recording purposes.