The era of CDs has largely ended, but they’re still around. Pickr’s editor joins ABC Brisbane Afternoons to talk about the quality CDs provided, and where we go from here.
If you grew up during the 80s, 90s, or early 2000s, there’s a good chance you have a collection of CDs. It was a media that changes the way we heard music, and provided a clearer sound. These days, CD players are much harder to find, and most of us have moved onto digital with streaming, but does it sound as good as the compact disc? And can it?
Around two, I'll be joining @katherinefeeney on @abcbrisbane to talk CDs. It's been so long since I loaded one in, but we still use CD quality as the benchmark for how most of us listen… and of course, it led to all those other formats like CD-R, DVD, Blu-ray… pic.twitter.com/NXvQggpuud
— Leigh :) Stark 🦄 (@Leighlo) September 12, 2022
On ABC Brisbane Afternoons for September 12, 2022, Pickr’s editor Leigh Stark joined ABC’s Kat Feeney to talk about that and more.
To listen, head to ABC Brisbane Afternoons and tune in at the 1 hour 50 minute mark (1:50:20 to be exact).