Limitations Of Analog Recording In The 1950's

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Analog recording was developed late 1940's but the impact of it wasn’t really felt ‘til the 1950's. Limitations of vinyl physically and sonically paired with the analog recording technique soon became apparent. Performances that were recorded on cutting lathes for the format were limited by a few basic things; the amount of time on one side of the vinyl, the amount of low end audio, and the performances dynamics. If any of these basic issues were to be out of balance it could very easily render a near perfect performance
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