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Analog-to-digital audio recording


You can't hear digital audio--until it's converted to analog

High-quality digital-to-analog conversion is a crucial ingredient in high-end audio sound, and Chord Electronics has just unveiled a contender for the world's best.

By September 17, 2008


Pinnacle Video Transfer: Digitizing analog video gets easier

Pinnacle Video Transfer allows for converting videos without a computer.

By September 2, 2008


Hands-on with the Olympus LS-10 audio recorder

This is not a typical run-of-the-mill recorder. It's for those who are extremely serious about the quality of their recordings.

By May 13, 2008


Edirol R-09HR audio recorder gives great sound

CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell reviews the Edirol R-09HR portable audio recorder.

By August 29, 2008


Vacuumed vinyl sounds better--or why LP lovers need record-cleaning machines

Record cleaning machines vacuum the deep-down, ground-in dirt from LPs. Pristine vinyl is quieter and sounds, well, cleaner!

By June 17, 2008


Grammy winning record producer says CD quality isn't good enough

Producer T-Bone Burnett speaks out about the lack of sound quality on CDs and downloads, and a possible solution.

By June 11, 2008


World's first "record label replacement" service

If you know how to record your own music, HyperDIY will handle everything else for you--mixing, mastering, pressing, marketing, and distribution.

By August 7, 2008


Where's the artist outcry over record labels?

Musicians are taking Apple to task for its call to reduce royalty rates. Maybe it's time they start pointing fingers at the record labels too.

By October 1, 2008


SanDisk, record labels announce new music format

"SlotMusic," backed by four major music labels, is a record album sold on a compact memory card that can be immediately played on MicroSD-enabled phones.

By September 21, 2008


Indulge yourself with a high-end desktop audio system

Peachtree Audio's Decco and Era's Design 4 Satellite Speaker--serious hi-fi--up close and personal.

By October 3, 2008