Thursday, August 14, 2014

I got a SPDIF cable...

It connects my Pod HD to my vintage Layla 24 audio interface.  It crackles.  I want it to be digital and pure;  I want the promise of digital tech to be realized in my signal chain.  Why is there filth in there?  Why can't I patch digital signals with the same ease as analog?  Glad I got this off my chest.

Never stop believing in cheese.

1 comment:

  1. When digital fails, it tends to fail hard. Analog degrades more gracefully. Digital tends to be perfect until you hit the critical tipping point of filth, then your signal falls off the cliff and into dirt world.