Damn Interesting has published an article about people “hearing” auroras, possibly through
direct manipulation of the auditory nerves by electromagnetic fields. Makes you wonder
if maybe there is something to all those various “hums” that people complain about.
Sound and Light Reflections]
A New York Times article discusses (yet again) the idea of being an audiophile in an
Two notes: First, it is possible have high quality music in an iPod. They’re called WAV and high-bit-rate MP3/AAC files. Second, this article (like many others)
once again derides digital sampling as “little slices” and even asserts that the “[analog vs. digital] debate has never been settled.” Yes it has. Digital is better. End of story.