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    Dub plates?
    Producer T Bone Burnett has long promised the development of a new analog format that he promised would improve on both vinyl and CDs, as well as digital streaming and any other existing recorded music medium. Now, he appears closer to reaching that goal with the news that he has been in the studio with
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    From the description it sounds like it might be an LP. Alternatively, since its analog, it might use FM encoding so a processor would be needed. This announcement made no sense to me at all, what with the flowery language...

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    • #3
      They did also mention the use of a stylus, so I agree with Ralph, and am starting to think a similar fluke like MQA & digital. And why would anyone invent a new technology w/o underlying support for playback, unless they are really thinking the market will embrace a completely brand-new type of technology for which playback currently does not exist - sounds off the wall, honestly
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      • #4
        I'm not a fan of T Bones unless I'm cooking them on the grill. I agree with Ack, this smells like a variant of MQA.
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        • #5
          I was confused by this. There was mention of a "one time" thing and it appears to involve art work as well. So my question- is this some sort of musical version of a non-fungible token? I sure hope not.

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          • MylesBAstor
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            Others have asked the same exact question Marty.

        • #6
          https://fakazakamp.com/mp3/new-analo...yl-coming-soon

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          • seamonster
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            ???

            Reading that made me feel disoriented. Is that some new form of English?

        • #7
          It's a word salad full of typos.
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          • Rob
            Rob commented
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            no less intelligible than T-Bone's teaser press release. Fremer is trying to get an interview with him...TBC

        • #8
          Just a FWIW sort of thing but that claim of 'first breakthrough in 70 years' is a bit off-putting. By my math that would be 1952. The Westerex stereo cutter head was pressed into service for the first time in 1958... I'm probably over-reacting to hyperbole. It was about 20 years after that that variable speed groove spacing was developed, preventing overcuts, improving dynamic range and allowing for more time on the LP surface.

          This sounds to me like its going the way of the Pono.

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          • #9
            I'll take a wait and see attitude.

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