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In the Thread: The BSO and Digital Music.
Post Subject: The guy who did the BSO files...Posted by Romy the Cat on: 4/8/2009
 clarkjohnsen wrote:
As one who frequently listens to both weekend broadcasts, I'd like to know which one is uploaded. Do they tell us? Or could it be... a compendium?

Ein Deutsches Requiem  was recorded on September 26 & 27, 2008

The BSO recordings were made by John Newton, Jesse Lewis, and Jesse Brayman. The Mixing and Mastering by Mark Donahue. All of them from Soundmirror, Boston MA

Looking that the Soundmirror is in the surround sound it now obvious who was responsible for the initial stupid BSO offering if the 5ch surround idiocy.
Considering that those guys are heavy in SACD word and that their leader John Newton was instrumental in SACD promoting I might only presume that the BSO concerts were recorded to SACD and then converted to 88/24. As I understand those people are heavy with EMM and DCS processors… So, it might be visible how we end up with the BSO file that in a way sound goof for B&W speakers and nelson pass amplifiers and remind the sound of LP cut in 2007.

Do not get me wrong, I do like the BSO files sound but I also admit that it is not as good as it might be.

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