USB vs Vinyl
In our ever-changing digital world, we are confronted by the existence of analog and vinyl time and again. The solution for the music lovers whom wish to keep their sounds all together: a USB digital turntable capable of recording your vinyl tracks onto your computer library. You will be able to take your favorite 1960’s era music with you on your mp3 player or a CD. The downfall is that this technology is fairly new, and so these turntables have kinks to be worked out and problems that can be quite demanding.
The new models are movement sensitive and must be on a flat surface and not disturbed in any way during play or track transfer. They have been reported to scratch and cause interference on the final product. Although, if you are careful with these devices, you can record and transfer all of your favorite music into one collection. Then you may listen to your most favorite artists and music whenever you please. The older vinyl versions of turntables are rare and have one main problem: all of the music in the last twenty years has been recorded digital. If you listen to the newer artists, chances are they are on CD, downloaded onto your computer or on your mp3/ipod and are not in vinyl. Having a vinyl record player is a classic item and by no means should you ever just toss it. Although, getting your hands on a USB turntable, which connects directly into your USB port on your computer (no internal devices or troubles), is a wonderful investment if you have older records and wish to put them into your entire collection. For Bob Dylan fans that love One Republic, you can now put those songs together anywhere in anyway you see fit. Just remember that the newer models are sensitive and require a lot of care, and no one makes vinyl anymore. There is now a patch between the eras that can merge music in a melodic way.