It's a great story. A format back from the virtual dead. How often do you get to say that? Yesterday the BBC reported the shock news that more money is now being spent on vinyl than on downloaded albums.
Figures show that vinyl sales made the record industry £2.4m last week, while downloads … Continue reading →
We might have iPhones, lossless MP3s and Spotify now - but it seems that people still can't let go of Vinyl, which new figures reveal has seen over a million sales in the last year - the highest figures in nearly two decades.
According to the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), sales this … Continue reading →
Smartphones, tablets, 3D TVs; who needs em? Back in my day it wasn't about whether or not your mobile could multi-task, but rather if it would fit in your rucksack without the weight of it snapping your spine in two. 3D TV was but a futuristic dream as we made do with the snow-storms of analogue TV … Continue reading →
Looking to preserve your analogue record collection, or digitise your cassettes to play through your iPod? The Roxio Easy LP to MP3 will let you do just that.
The package will convert LPs and tapes directly to WAV, MP3, and WMA formats, and will feature clean up tools to fix up scratches, pops and … Continue reading →
I've done a little DJing before, and while it's always more fun to be a little distanced from the dancefloor, you do feel like you're missing something when you're removed from the party. If only there was some kind of portable turntable so that you were free to move as you pleased. Well wish no … Continue reading →