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  • 4.1 – Storing Records
    Abigail Faponle 11U
  • Vinyl Records
    This record was made November 6, 1983.
    As a team, the song was produced by Rick Chertoff and William Wittman.
    The quality of the record is good but it was static as it was not made digital at this point. If the record was made and produced on CD then the quality would have been better as it was digital.
    Cyndi Lauper – Girls just want to have fun
  • CD Records
    “No boys allowed” album was released on December 17th 2010
    It was produced by Timbaland and Polow Da Don (teamwork).
    I think that the quality of the album was very good, it didn’t jump at any point, the tracks were consistent and the sound was very clear.
    The fact that the CD was so clear and consistent I think is due to the fact that it is digital.
  • VHS (Video Home System) Records
    The film Sharks 3D was released
    July 22nd, 1983
    It was produced by Rupert Hitzig.
    VHS is of poor quality in terms of image and sound and the reason is that its produced on inferior tape also, it is analogue which means that quality is not as high-tech and developed as in a digitised record.
  • DVD & Blu Ray
    Blu Ray is better than DVD as it has more space for storage and it is 6 times better quality because it has more pixilation.
    Rush Hour 3 was released August 10th, 2007
    Produced by Newline cinema (a TimeWarner company)
    The DVD and Blu ray were both of high quality, the fast action movements were clear and concise.