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Neil Young savages Apple over audio quality - CNET

Commentary: In launching his own archive of music, the Canadian legend says Apple has influenced labels to not create high-quality sound.
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Canadian rock legend Neil Young said this week that he was working with late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs on a new music format that would offer fans uncompromised studio quality sound in the form of digital music downloads.

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