Steve Jobs Preferred Vinyl Claims Musician Neil Young

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Former Apple boss Steve Jobs, who was credited with delivering the iPod and the Apple digital music store, preferred listening to vinyl records according to musician Neil Young.During an interview at the D: Dive into Media conference Neil Young claimed that Jobs, despite creating the iPod for digital music, preferred to listen to vinyl records at home. Apple’s co-founder would have allegedly been working on higher quality devices, not just formats like Apple Lossless, to improve audio quality said Young.

Electronista said that the artist suggested that even a format like Apple Lossless to him still only had about 10 percent of the original quality. Listeners had been pushed into choosing “between quality and convenience,” a decision they didn’t have to make, he argued in a revisit of earlier views.

MacNN staff have questioned Young’s claims saying that Jobs helped design the iPod based on his own feedback, and while a fan of classic 1960s rock, he typically saw his devices as advancing music rather than taking it a step back.

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