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In the Guardian

By Gavin, 2nd February 2006

Got a mention in the Guardian today with my CI hat on…

http://technology.guardian.co.uk/weekly/story/0,,1699518,00.html

I said a lot more in my interview of course, like it’s an odd twist of tech history that at one end you’ve got studios pushing up to 192KHz 32-bit sample rates, the production of (doomed) “Super Audio” CDs, surround DVD’s and Hi-Fi “super tweeters”, while digital download music sales are creeping up from very lossy formats to a reasonable level.

It’ll be weird looking back in 10-20 years time when it’ll all be “super-fidelity” digital and fast, I just wonder how many more times we’ll have to buy our music collections in the interim… and I expect CI will still in be the middle of it storing the masters…

And we’ve still got the video hurdles to wade through too of course.

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