What sounds better, tube or solid-state electronics?

Tube Sound vs solid-state electronics
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Music

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It’s always been there and always will be. I grew up with it. I cried on it and laughed on it. I loved it and hated it. I fell in love on it and broke up on it. I’ve danced on it and enjoyed it as it is the biggest slice of addiction in my life. I woke up with it and went to sleep with it. But I live with it and breathe with it. I work for it and sometimes against it. I ran on it and ran from it. But I always turned back to it… Some say that the first love is unforgettable. It leaves marks on your soul and keeps being in your heart & mind no matter what. Well in this case, music is my love.

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I spent fome days and nights to get all over to materialize into this website. I throw in it all my practice and knowledge that i gained over "few" years until now. Finally, i will share all with the world. What chance.

Analog Sound

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Great sound Now, I am not a professional mixing engineer, I only do this as a hobby but I am a professionally-trained musician with good ears. This is different now - totally smooth and "analogue", even without turning any knob.


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What sounds better, tube or solid-state electronics?