Recording Studios Sydney the history of recorded media is something I find quite fascinating. Not even 50 years ago, to record something you had to go into a specialised Recording Studio and record onto a massive reel-to-reel or 8 track. It was only accessible to people who had massive amounts of money or the backing of a record company. Recording Studios Sydney was the same as anywhere in the world in that respect.
Recording Studios Sydney Animation: The History of Recorded Media
Our Recording Studios Sydney love this animation because it shows how rapidly recording studios Sydney recorded media has changed in the last 30 years or so. It is incredible how fast things are moving. Not just in terms of the media that Recording Studios Sydney are using but how it is used. Because we can have such massive amounts of storage now, and because computer power is so immense we can now record at higher sample rates giving clarity to music that has never been captured before. This is a bit like how picture clarity has been so much enhanced by as the number of mega pixels increases.
Who knows where our Recording Studios Sydney will be in another 10 or 20 years? You will be able to get recording studio quality recorded directly to your phone no doubt. The incredible flexibility of apps will give us more and more options. If we see the chart below in 20 years there will be many hundreds more divisions in the pie and more and more innovation happens. Not just in recording music but also in creating music.
This following excerpt shows an example of how much data we can now store on a very small amount of media!
Sony develops magnetic tape technology with the world’s highest*1 areal recording density of 148 Gb/in2
– Able to record approximately 74 times (185TB)*2 more data than conventional magnetic tape media –
Tokyo, Japan, April 30, 2014 – Sony Corporation (“Sony”) today announced that by independently developing a soft magnetic underlayer with a smooth interface using sputter deposition*3, it has succeeded in creating a nano-grained*4 magnetic layer with fine magnetic particles and uniform crystalline orientation. This enabled Sony to successfully develop magnetic tape technology that achieves the world’s highest*1 areal recording density for tape storage media of 148 Gb/in2 (gigabits per square inch). This areal recording density is equivalent to approximately 74 times the capacity of current mainstream coated magnetic tape storage media, and makes it possible to record more than 185 TB (terabytes)*2 of data per data cartridge*3.
Sony will jointly announce these results with IBM Corporation, who assisted with measuring and assessing the recording density of this new technology, at the INTERMAG Europe 2014 international magnetics conference to be held in Dresden, Germany beginning on May 4.