As always, opinions vary, but what's your preference?
John La Grou, founder and CEO at Millennia Music & Media Systems, forecast how recorded sound will evolve over the coming decades.
The Audiophiliac interviews the great Steve Albini, who not only made his name with legendary bands, he loves recording local talent!
Apple stores recordings of everything you tell its robot butler Siri for two years, the Californian company has revealed.
Born from the collapse of a massive star, a recently detected stellar-mass black hole is breaking high-speed records.
If you use Windows Media Center as your DVR, you'll dig Remote Potato. The app can stream recorded shows to any iOS device. Too bad it's so buggy.
Music existed for eons before Thomas Edison invented recording in 1877, and music will be around long after the major record companies bite the big one. But what about in between?
Satellite provider has offered the ability for its subscribers to watch television content from mobile devices for a few weeks. Now the company is offering it in full screen on the iPad.
The very best hi-fis can get close to sounding live, but they're never 100 percent realistic.
Most of us hear a lot more recorded than live music, but the question is, what's better? What moves you more?