^ I agree completely with the above comment. Unfortunately due to current popular recording techniques , you'd be hard pressed to find an artist not recording digitally. Unless the signal your feeding is analog ( like how the sound is captured on vinyl) it's gonna be tough to reep the full benefits of a recording to vinyl. Unless his mixing console uses tubes or some sort of reel to reel recording process, that would be pointless as well , and he'd still have to adjust the levels so as not to damage his needle. That is done digitally apparently as well. Regardless this is cool. But I would be interested to see how he would tackle the task of going completely analogue ( to capture those intricate tones lost in current music listening in non vinyl format, that's the "warmth" you speak of) , from original recording to mixing and finally the record making process. If for nothing else, just for kicks.
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