The ana­logue ethos

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John said: “The ana­logue era, for me, is full of de­tail, full of res­o­lu­tion and full of at­mos­phere. The char­ac­ter and en­ergy of the mu­sic, cap­tured in a re­ally good way.” When the dig­i­tal era be­gan in the 1980s John worked to main­tain the ana­logue ethos, be­liev­ing that there is a dis­tinct dif­fer­ence in sound be­tween a CD and good ana­logue vinyl. The digi­tis­ing process can lose the de­tail and pu­rity that is cap­tured by an ana­logue cir­cuit, which works through a more nat­u­ral de­sign and pro­duces a higher qual­ity sound.

BE­LOW: John Dent

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