Photo of the Day: Wednesday January 27 2010 This is a Beatles record, specifically the track “Eleanor Rigby,” which is one of my favorite songs. By Felice Frankel | Published Jan 27, 2010 7:17 PM Galleries SHARE Eleanor Rigby We wanted to talk about how sound is translated, and the difference between analog and digital. This is a Beatles record, specifically the track “Eleanor Rigby,” which is one of my favorite songs. It was very hard to put it under the microscope. The part that’s readable is the brown part. You can see that it goes up and down in certain areas, which is how the needle reads the sound and translates it into music. MORE TO READ RELATED Check out these incredible images from the 2021 Audubon Photography Awards These winning images from the 2021 Audubon Photography Awards show birds in all their glory. READ NOW RELATED 10 iconic photographs worthy of your wall right now Bring fine art home with these wall decor... RELATED Stunning photos from the Smithsonian’s 17th annual photo competition revealed Bathing monkeys, squabbling birds, and more.