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why we're still listening classical recordings from the 60's ?

Discussion in 'Music' started by vonseux, Jan 18, 2016.
  1. vonseux
    wouldn't digital recordings sound better, with less hiss, better EQ due to multiple channels, and better soundstage? (I'm not taking conductors credit in account)
    I often feel disappointed when I read a record inlines to find it's really old recordings and wonder how would it sound if recorded on state-of-the-art equipment and halls
    For example; Fritz Reiner: Sherazade recorded on 1960 / 1956 remastered and released on 1996
    where to look for post-2000's recordings?

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