Digital does not really exist ?
Yes of course. Most information systèmes are now, from Analog Signals -> Digital Data, digitalised.
In music, movies or art, on peut digitaliser most of the process. Let’s take the example of music on Compact Disc, or in mp3 on your computer. A bunch of zeros and ones, that’s all.
Music is coded in digits. This information goes through processors, an Audio power amplifier, then to loudspeakers, etc… In this chain, digits disappear. Yesss they do ! Loudspeakers do their stuff :
They create soundwaves
No digits anymore : Soundwaves (oh the pretty word) are NOT digital. All this analog-magic flows into your ears (which are not digital either), and finally your ears inform your brain (which digital is not).
Your CD is maybe a DDD, but reality is more DDDAAA, here’s to you. Bim.
What is your side ? 1/ you like LPs because you say the sound is “warmer” ? 2/ you are a high end hi-fi geek, and you like perfection of DDD ?
Tool & Dials :
Music can be coded in zeros and ones, but in the end analog soundwaves dance in the air, your brain activates pleasure, and feelings, and souvenirs. Happily !
The tool says : Breathe ! In the end, you’re always an imperfect guy (or lady). Choose your weapon, warm or perfect. Dial measure is “less or more pleasure”. That’s all what it is. Whatever digital or analog…