Digital is better Oct 21, 2014 22:18:42 GMT -5
Post by jking on Oct 21, 2014 22:18:42 GMT -5
Boy what a way to slam modern day recording engineers. I and most recording engineers I know will spend hundreds of hours on one song if that is what it takes to get it right. Yes you have the home studios that are put together with a Mackie 32-8 or a chopped down version of Pro Tools but they are the minority. Most of us grew up in the industry starting out lugging speakers and sound boards to county fairs working our way up to that studio job and even then spent years working behind the scenes doing the grunt work until the day comes when it is your turn behind the desk and you are not going to mess that up. There are bad studio's just like there are bad carpenters but they do not stay around for long. And for those that cry analog is the best and only sound worth playing what you don't realize is most music has been run through some kind of digital editing desk since the early 90's. True full grown analog went away decades ago and most never knew it.