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Less than a month to go before Google breaks links to Google+ Picasa albums


Google purchased Picasa, a super efficient photo editor that offered seamless integration with online publishing (e.g., you add a photo to an album on your desktop computer and it automatically get…
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HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19331347
Posted by scarhill (karma: 573)
Post stats: Points: 89 - Comments: 82 - 2019-03-07T19:32:24Z

\#HackerNews #albums #before #breaks... Show more...
 
What is a Phono Preamp?

https://article.wn.com/view/2017/10/25/What_is_a_Phono_Preamp/

#trends #vinyl #albums #technologies #issues #amplifiers #preamps #turntables #magnetic #cartridges #sound #bass
 
Fuller list than mine, but I must
#yes #ranking #albums #prog #progrock #prog-rock
If you, like me, missed a few, this might cause you to check out some of the ones you did.
 
Neues Coltrane-Album: Ein gehobener Schatz
John Coltrane: "Both Directions At Once - The Lost Album"
#Jazz #JohnColtrane #Sensation #Session #Neue #Albums #CDs #CD #BothDirectionsAtOnceTheLostAlbum
 
An older, but relevant article, given the continued growth of vinyl record sales. I admit, I am among those who are enjoying, and rediscovering, the tactile experience of vinyl albums and CDs. My stance on sound quality: as a musician, a former record store manager, and music junky, I’d say, “It depends.” Objectively, CDs (and various digital formats proper bit rates) will out-perform vinyl in terms of pure sound fidelity and range due to the physical limitations of records. For some (particularly if you have a good system), this isn’t so much of a limitation and many enjoy the mid-range “warmth” of vinyl. I have music in a variety of formats and appreciate what they each bring (okay, I don’t miss 8 track tapes…however, the mixed tape is a lost art these days). So, listen to whatever format you prefer. And whatever medium you choose, please support the artists who created the music.
Vinyl is back, no doubt about it. Sales of vinyl records have been soaring, although they still represent only a tiny fraction of the music
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