Not bollocks, fact, one you cannot change no matter how hard you try.
You poor thing, I was demonstrating the fact that the same vibration that pushes the air that vibrates your eardrum, is the same vibration that is vibrating the cutting stylus on an analogue record. Technology does not get any more direct and purer than that.
Using the word crap doesn't make you look correct, it makes you look desperate. There's nothing emotional about what I'm saying. Analogue is smoother because it is. Not because of some emotional belief.
I would love for you to be a robot too, then at least I could switch the crap off
You can talk rough, you can use as many smiley faces as you wish. You can get all of your friends the web over to come here and give you a like for being misinformed, but you cannot change the facts.
@SteveAbx and @lokki
I don't disagree with what you're trying to say, but you're missing the point. What you're describing is that what we hear is the result of the things around us, what's in the room etc. Yes, absolutely, I agree 100%, but what I was pointing out is the way to capture that result. In other words, regardless of what effect the surroundings have, an analogue microphone and cutting stylus will capture that result in analogue. Analogue being the perfect way to do it because the world around you is analogue, and the sound traveled in the analogue domain. That analogue cutting stylus hears what you hear using 'the way of analogue' - using vibration.
Makes no difference what the vibration travels through, it's still done the same way.
It is physically impossible for any other method to be purer than that. You cannot take a real-world (analogue) sound, convert it into computer speak, cut it into tiny peices, convert it back to analogue, then expect that the result will be purer than simply capturing analogue vibrations (in analogue) in the first place!
This is something our robot wannabe, Gavin, will learn eventually.
Peace, my children - love your analogue for it is what you are.
It is your life, and it is your soul
Anyway, I sense the great wall of attack coming on, and there are far too many people agreeing with nonsense or irrelevance, and not enough people agreeing with facts. This is a forum dedicated to a digital product so I'm not surprised about that. Nevertheless, I'll have to drop out at least for a while. I was supposed to have my Linux box up and running two days ago and haven't even gotten started on the installation yet.
I will leave you all with one simple fact: Analogue is the daddy!