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Quote of the week
“The thing that’s changed for mastering has a lot to do with what the industry thinks is sellable now. Sometimes for one album, we’ll do five different formats—vinyl, CD, special mastering for iTunes, a High-Res format for Sony and a High-Res 92 or 96 K. I think what happened with vinyl, though, is that a lot of people were focused on things that were downloadable and convenient, but a big segment of the public like that physical media." - Bernie Grundman in "State of the Industry: Recording"
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