[LAD] Xiph.org - Video:Digital Show and Tell - No difference between analog and digitally processed sound.

Barney Holmes djbarney at djbarney.org
Wed May 22 16:42:30 UTC 2013

Nice blog !

Talking of sharing and caring I'm very interested in the MIT course linked
at the bottom of that article. There must be lots of other music and music
related online courses from institutions like MIT. I wonder if they are
listed anywhere ?

On Wed, May 22, 2013 3:16 pm, Nils Gey wrote:
> That is a nice video indeed. See also the other video from there "A
> digital primer" or so.
> This was supposed to be my next "Share and Care" entry for my blog
> nilsgey.de
> I guess it doens't hurt to spread knowledge through as many channels as
> possible.
> Nils
> On Wed, 22 May 2013 15:08:38 +0100
> "Barney Holmes" <djbarney at djbarney.org> wrote:
>> Thought the list would find this valuable.
>> http://wiki.xiph.org/Videos/Digital_Show_and_Tell
>> I was under the impression that there was some fundamental difference
>> between the sound of analog and digital audio. But Monty Montgomery of
>> Xiph.org completely annihilates this misconception with some clever use
>> of
>> analog sound reference equipment fed through a digital process and then
>> out to an analog oscilloscope, vs. feeding direct from analog to the
>> oscilloscope. The results are identical. I think Xiph have done the open
>> source music community quite a service here because it completely
>> trumps,
>> in my opinion, the perception that electronic music put through a
>> digital
>> process is somehow "inferior" to analog music.
>> ~~~
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