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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Lee Scoggins, Apr 15, 2002.
From Stereophile web site...(also mentions new DVDA releases there)
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Yes, gimme sum mo blues!
If it can sound better than Keb Mo sacd, bring it on!
Death Don't Have No Mercy In This Land, yea I likes TUNA! It's delicious and nutrious. The Very Tall Band by Oscar Petersen, Ray Brown, and Milt Jackson is DSD all the way too. What other titles are? Best wishes!
Does anyone have the list of the titles that are/were recorded in DSD?
One of my favorite, if not my very favorite, sounding SACDs is Volodos' performance of Rachmaninoff's 3rd Piano Concerto. Clicking on the link Marc provided, it says that it was done via DSD. Coincidence? Probably not. All the classical DSD stuff is very exciting. That site says that there are or will be DSD SACDs for Mozart's Requiem, Holst's Planets, and Vivaldi's Four Seasons, some of my favorite music. I drool in anticipation. I never cared much for Jefferson Airplane, but that disc looks interesting, and I may get it if I see it. NP: California Guitar Trio, Rocks the West[/I[, CD
No problem, here's the deal...They recorded in pure DSD format, then they cut a master for the LP - the "A" in "DSDA".
So you have the high resolution of the SACD format but the ability to capture the fun and dynamics of analog playback.
Mikey Fremer likes it!
NP: Indigo Girls, Becomes You...in glorious Super Audio!