As the inventor of the iPod, Steve Jobs was more like a way to enjoy classical music. Instead of listening to compressed files, he prefers listening to music throughLPs (vinyl).
This was said by rock legend, Neil Young on a mat technology. Young said that the co-founder of Apple is a fan of music and he chose to play music through the'physical form'.
"Steve Jobs is a pioneer in the field of digital music. Legacy was extraordinary," said Young. "But when he came home, he listened to vinyl," he added. As quoted Updatec.com from USAToday.
Young also said that he had spoken with Jobs when he was alive about plans forcreating music file formats that the quality is not much different from the time herecorded in the studio.
As is known, if a piece of music has changed its format to the digital version, such as for MP3, it will then be compressed in the studio where the original quality will be reduced.
Young discussed the format if successfully created, then he will have a large sizeand of course requires extra storage. Not to mention for downloading, reportedlytook 30 minutes for each song.
Not yet known, when the plan of the format will be realized. Young just said, Jobs isgoing to work to create a format it with him before he died in October last