This Is What Happened When Neil Young Tried To Make Peace With Steve Jobs

Young has been a vocal critic of digital music his whole career—and that didn’t sit well with Jobs.In January, the musician Neil Young revealed a device called the PonoPlayer, a portable high-fidelity music player that looks like a Toblerone. His obsession with sound quality stretches back over two decades, when he lost part of his hearing while recording the 1991 album Weld. In Young’s worldview, analog recorded music is unequivocally the best, and the shift from records to CDs to compressed audio files has led to inferior sound fidelity. And he certainly wasn’t shy when it came to speaking his Read More

Source:: Fast Company