The World Isn’t Perfect, And The One In Our Ears Shouldn’t Be Either

April 9, 2017

Headphones have always held a transformative power to bring us to faraway places, even away from the physical world and into the plunging depths of an artist’s aural mind. Looking at you, Pink Floyd. But in a digital age, do those landscapes risk becoming too clean, too artificial? From his vantage point as a musician during the transition from analog to digital music making, Damon Krukowski talks to us about why we must take care in eschewing analog imperfection in pursuit of more perfect digital sound.


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