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Records of the Future
The nature of our future phonograph records will probably be tied strongly to future technical innovations. Right now the most dramatic technical change for the long term would seem to be digital audio. The concurrent evolutions in computer technologies and consumer video recording might point to the advent of digital audio records. This paper outlines the possibilities in general terms.
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