Neat Quote from Warner on DVD-A

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  1. Shawn C

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    From Rolling Stone:
    http://www.rollingstone.com/news/new....asp?nid=15826
    "Warner Bros. is working on a day and date release for the new Linkin Park at the end of June or in early July, according to Senior Vice President John Beug. And that's really just the beginning. "It will be standard operating procedure in the immediate future," Beug says."
     
  2. David Judah

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    That is good news.

    I thought it was interesting that they split the signal for the CD & DVD-A to different consoles. I wonder how many studios are equipped to do that?

    Also, it sounded like they were excited about the additional artistic flexibility surround sound offered.

    I hope "Day and Date" catches on.

    DJ
     
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    Is the newest Alanis disc on DVD-A? Sweet, if it is.

    -Aaron
     
  5. KeithH

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    Day and date works for me. I hope it happens. We've had too many false alarms and all out cancellations on SACD and DVD-Audio thus far.
     
  6. Rachael B

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    I'm with Keith! Surround music is intresting when it's done well but the average joe if he even likes music isn't going to embrace surround music anytime soon. Stereo will be the standard for a long time to come. Best wishes!
     
  7. John Tillman

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    Yes, it is important that they give us both. I just got done reading the Neil Young article in which he says his DVD-A box set (63-71') will contain 192/24 hi-rez stereo mixes along with some 5.1 stuff.

    Way to go Neil!
     
  8. KeithH

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    John, way to go Neil, indeed! 24/192 stereo! Now that's some good stuff.
     
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    Even I can get excited about hearing Neil Young in 24/192! Let's hope they get the best possible master and get Ludwig to master it.
     
  12. John Kotches

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    If memory serves me correctly, Bob recently had 24/192K capability installed into Gateway Mastering and DVD.

    That's a very good sign, and I hope I get to see some 24/192K recordings "Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering and DVD".

    Regards,
     

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