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The first one is HDTracks.com. If you haven't checked them out yet, you owe yourself a favor and should go check out their offerings. HDTracks is co-founded by David Chesky of Chesky records fame.
For us tech. dummies, what's a DVD - R and what do you play it on?
Interesting stuff. I'd be interested in knowing the details of the systems all of you are using or will be using to listen to high res files.
Hey Ted, apologies as my post seems a bit unclear after rereading that paragraph... RR only releases 24/96 via HDtracks. The 24/176 files are only available via DVD-R, shipped to your door. As long as it's been taking for 24/96 tracks... those 24/176 tracks would be a real PITA to download. All the tracks for Rachmaninoff's Symphonic Dances album alone are almost 6 GB's! It's a doable download, but just not that fun. (I edited the post to clarify that point.)
With our new DXD sampler recording engineer Frans de Rond is proving once again that his knowledge of mic placement and use of equipment is in a class of his own. He is able to create a sound stage, that projects an almost visual image of the musicians.A sound stage which is intimate but also has depth and space.The sound on the recordings presented here are like a three dimensional Van Gogh painting, where you can step in and take a look around.All the albums were recorded in the legendary Studio 2 in the building of the Dutch BroadCasting company. The studio has a deep warm sound with a beautiful natural decay, perfect for chamber music and jazz ensembles. Studio 2 has remained in its original form since it was built in 1929.Together with Abbey Road it is one of the oldest recording studio in the world.
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