Recording @The Home Studio

I had never recorded a whole album to tape before.

(2018-2019) When I heard my voice played back off the Tascam tape machine the first time, I got tears in my eyes. Something had always been missing in my previous (all digital) recordings. It always felt like what I was putting out was never quite relayed back to me with digital. All the feeling was not there. When I heard the song played back on tape, it was like finding something I had lost as a child and realizing that I had totally forgotten that I had even lost it.

— From the forth coming Documentary, The Making of Dream Analog.
Release Date: Winter 2022

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The Sound of Vinyl is easy on the ears

According to recent statistics 70% of the US Music Market is older music. I would guess that most of this music was recorded analog. To me it just feels better on the ears mostly because you are listening to a natural sine wave instead of a machine made square wave. Vinyl record sales are the only sector of music that is growing.

Dream Analog is a True Analog Recording

Out on 180g Vinyl. I also released it digitally as a download and CD. We took the analog recordings and then digitized them. I still bet you can hear the difference in warmth.
Hear it https://gracegravity.bandcamp.com/