Originally Posted by aselfishimpulse
man im sorry, but as an engineer/producer i have to step in an say that that's just not true. there's no way to replace the "warmth"/"depth" that analog formats offer that digital doesnt. it has to do with the actual sound wave, in which analog is a steady signal, and digital is a small fractured pattern which makes up a signal, leaving data out/altering the sound overall.
vinyl isnt something that's really a trend, people who love music have collected vinyl 20 years ago when people were buying CDs, it's something that's just becoming more and more popular and will ultimately not die out in the foreseeable future
Precisily, and this coming from someone who listens to music on mp3/cd/cassette/minidisc AND vinyl.