No computers were used during the writing, recording, mixing or mastering of this record
The liner notes of Elephant read:QuoteNo computers were used during the writing, recording, mixing or mastering of this record
Hmm seems White is another one, after Neil Young.
... I have to go now and milk a cow and fill all of my lanterns with kerosene.
You have a cow that gives kerosene?
Quite frankly I'm more interested in what Jack Black has to say.
Sorry, I have to go now and milk a cow and fill all of my lanterns with kerosene.
For musicians in the late 80's / early-mid 90's - digital gear for musicians was really poor quality, especially at price points that "struggling" musicians could afford.
It might very well sound better to them than a digital recording, they only do not understand the reason why it does sound better. They do not understand that it is the distortion, saturation, flutter, etc. they like about it, rather than "digital has only 0's and 1's so you are missing information"-kind of arguments.
That sounds reasonable, but no more reasonable than the likelihood that people hear differences when they expect to hear differences, even when such differences don't actually exist.