Analogue Warmth and the Sound of Tubes, Tapes & Transformers

Digital recording is far from being a new technology, yet the argument still exists: which creates a better sound, analogue or digital equipment? Many producers advocate that music sounded far better ‘BD’ (Before Digital), and that the ‘analogue warmth’ of the classic records we still listen to has ceased to exist in modern music.

Hugh Rabjohn of SoundOnSound gives an in-depth look at what ‘Analogue Warmth’ is and how you can use it to enhance your recordings.

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