Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by robertawillisjr, Jul 6, 2012.
Take coffee, if not a sandwich. It's loong.
I haven't had time to read more than 25% of it. I have about five of his DVDAs, they sound great but the music is just so-so (IMHO). I am thinking of downloading the Ernest Ranglin 96/24.
Mark has also appeared in podcasts with Scott Wilkinson.
I agree with some of his opinions, but he seems very 'practical' rather than artistic.
Also, his views and anecdotes don't seem to have changed much since 2010 and those podcasts. Interesting.. wonder what that's all about. Maybe his recording system was already perfect then. Perfect 5.1 forever. That must be it.
I won't check it out but I must have 8 of the DVD-A/DVD-V dual sided discs AIX was releasing years ago, very well recorded and I was hoping he would come up with some way to move on to Blu-ray with some affordable releases but sadly, that must not be a commercial venture so high priced download is the chosen business model now apparently, I am still not in that market. I have communicated with him some at various forums, seems like a great guy to me and very interested in high quality surround releases, I only wish he could get to record some mainstream artists.
I still don't know what I am supposed to call those dual sided discs, or if I did, I forgot.
Mark rejoins Audiostream in part 2 of a long interview/opinion. This time it's about the provenance of High Resolution audio tracks.
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