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Analog-to-digital audio recording

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The analog vs. digital audio debate, no clear winner?

What sounds better, analog or digital? That's a matter of opinion.

By December 11, 2010

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Best home audio products of 2015

We've selected standout products that represent some of the best values in the home audio arena.

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Analog vs. digital music: What's better, and who cares?

The Audiophiliac says forget the tech and enjoy music wherever you can.

By June 25, 2014

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Numark NS6 review: Pro gear melds analog and digital for DJs

CNET reviews the Numark NS6 4-channel DJ controller, a more affordable and portable successor to 2009's excellent NS7.

By June 14, 2011

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The Audio-Technica LP120-USB turntable is an affordable way to start building your record collection

The Audio-Technica LP120-USB direct drive turntable is a no-fuss, affordable entry point into the world of vinyl records.

By August 10, 2015

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Easily record your iPhone's screen with a Mac

As long as you have the latest version of OS X, you have the ability to record an iPhone's video and audio. Find out how.

By June 16, 2015

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NASA's Golden Record made for alien ears now on SoundCloud

An album full of dogs, weather and human noises meant for the listening enjoyment of extraterrestrials is now available in its entirely for online streaming.

By July 30, 2015

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Memo to Apple's Tim Cook: Recorded music is worthless

If you can get it for free on YouTube, Pandora or Spotify, that's what it's worth: nothing.

By June 6, 2015

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How to manage your voice and audio activity on Google

Here's how to listen to and delete recordings on your Google account, and how to stop them from being saved to begin with.

By July 9, 2015

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Floating Record Vertical Turntable turns vinyl on its side

Elevate the art of listening to records to a new angle with a vertical turntable that shows off the disc as it spins.

By June 24, 2015

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The secret art of cutting music into records, one disc at a time

Peek under the veil of an underground group of musicians and sound engineers who own record lathes, machines that cut music records from blank discs.

By June 24, 2015