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Use this tag for any questions relating to CD (compact disc) production or manufacturing, or for any question relating to a specific CD. If you are looking to identify an album, use the "identify-this-album" tag instead.

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I've read a lot about vinyl sounding "warmer" than CD. What happens if you use (high quality) equipment to record the output of a record player onto a CD? Does the warmth get lost, because the CD … player can't reproduce it? And if it doesn't get lost, and people prefer the warmth, why isn't something equivalent to this done as part of professional CD production to add the warmth in? Another way …
asked Nov 26 '17 by Steve