By Stephanie Ciccarelli
September 7, 2012
Musician Neil Young wants to rescue the art form that he has practiced for the past 50 years.
In a world where the perception that poor quality seems to go hand in hand with convenience, Young hopes to see a shift in how people think about this, specifically where digital audio quality is concerned.
Hear more via video as Neil Young discusses his perspective on the state of digital audio quality in today's VOX Daily.
Neil Young has seen audio change over the decades, observing analog to digital and high quality digital audio to the modern day MP3 file. If you watched the interview (which lasts about 10 minutes), you get the impression that more can be done to improve upon the current state of digital audio, changes that could help shift the widely held perception that the most conveniently consumable content needs to be of a lower quality.
How would you improve the quality of digital audio? What could be done to restore some of the richness lost along digital audio's technological journey?
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