We All Care About Quality

Kenny, Tom
May 2005
Mix;May2005, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p10
The article discusses that the decades-old argument of analog vs. digital has now morphed into a debate over professional vs. prosumer. Or features vs. performance. But the point is, as researchers find professional audio manufacturers making their way into "Best Buy," and as processing power inside and outside the computer expands exponentially, can people continue to use price or features or whether a record was recorded in a project or commercial facility as an arbiter of quality? In putting together this special issue of "Mix," the only assumptions made, in answering own question, was that all 50,000 readers care about quality.


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