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The latest round of Beatles LPs are pure, unadulterated analog -- and sound better for it!
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If you're even remotely interested in the Beatles, today's episode of The 404 is a must listen. CNET Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg helps us out today for all things Beatles. To set it all up, Steve gives the three of us a lesson in how the band essentially shaped a decade of music and culture and how they became innovators in the way that bands record music. For example, did you know that it only took the band 4 hours to record and mix the song "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band?" Later on in the show, Steve tells us about how the Beatles used a vacuum tube-based machine to record their earlier albums and later switched to solid-state, with adverse affects to the low-end sounds. Lots more Beatles trivia on the show!
The Audiophiliac chats with the project's mastering engineers to get the inside scoop on the Beatles sound.
The Audiophiliac attended a rousing singles vs. albums debate where both sides made strong cases.
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