Dead music format comes back for another spin 2013/06/15, Source,
LP Factory is the nation's only manufacturer of LP records. Lee Gil-yong, head of the LP Factory, makes a final check on color LPs that will be exported to Japan. The one pictured above features the face of singer Patti Kim.
In the past, it took at least a couple of steps to play music. You had to plug in either a turntable or a cassette player, take an LP record out of its sleeve or a cassette tape out of its case with care, then place it on a turntable or into a deck. With the advent of MP3 players and smartphones, however, music has become something you can play anytime and anywhere, just by touching a button on the screen, even when there is no electricity. Technology made it possible to zip hundreds of music files into a single smartphone or MP3 player, but some say the depth and richness of sound has been sacrificed in return for digitalization,...More
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