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Better is Better

Posted By: Randy GageMarch 16, 2022

Humans love shiny new objects.  And most people have a confirmation bias that anything high tech must be superior to what came before it.  But that’s not always true.

It’s a lot easier to teach a kid how to use a smart phone calculator than teach him multiplication tables. So we consider the phone an automatic advancement, without contemplating the brain and skill developments a child experiences by practicing an arithmetic thought process.  An old manuscript of Marcus Aurelius becomes a charming relic of the past but a hot take on Twitter instantly qualifies as enlightened knowledge.

I love my air pods for their convenience and portability.  But if you’re listening to music from a band playing real instruments and singing you know, actual harmonies (think Fleetwood Mac, the Guess Who, Grassroots, Righteous Brothers, etc.), vinyl on a turntable with some huge clunky headphones is the way to go.

But being new or high tech doesn’t make something better. Being better makes something better.

Peace,

- RG

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3 comments on “Better is Better”

  1. Digitally recorded music has less distortion and a wider dynamic range. Nothing beats live music, spend the money and go support musicians and be there for the experience. Peace.

  2. There's an old track with Peter Green just before he formed Fleetwood Mac.. with John Mayall called Curly and man, play that on YouTube and you can almost hear the smoke coming out of the amps.. I don't know how he gets this savage sustain while ripping off these incredible riffs.. if you love a smokin' guitar track that is one to bow down to...cheers David

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  • 3 comments on “Better is Better”

    1. Digitally recorded music has less distortion and a wider dynamic range. Nothing beats live music, spend the money and go support musicians and be there for the experience. Peace.

    2. There's an old track with Peter Green just before he formed Fleetwood Mac.. with John Mayall called Curly and man, play that on YouTube and you can almost hear the smoke coming out of the amps.. I don't know how he gets this savage sustain while ripping off these incredible riffs.. if you love a smokin' guitar track that is one to bow down to...cheers David

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