Glyn, in the last thread, I mentioned that Telarc has an extensive catalog of DTS discs, and MIke Oldfield remastered Tubular Bells last year for DTS. Though I don't know if it's been released yet. Anyway, -just thought you might find it useful. Have a great day! Smiles, G-Girl At 10:36 AM 7/26/01 +0100, you wrote: >hiya all, > off topic I know but hey that never seems to be an issue here .... >In this vast array of musicians has anyone recorded in DTS audio yet ? A >few >weeks ago there was a thread discussing 'octophonic' recording where 5.1 >digital surround was discussed but no mention of DTS. I am a film fanatic >(when I'm not playing guitar) and enjoy a pretty good home cinema setup. I >have DTS decoders and until last week though this was fantastic for >films.... then I found a DTS audio disk of The Police. Now I like the >Police >... not a huge fan but it's easy listening compared to what I would >usually >listen to... BUT OMG it is fantastic .... the clarity of sound and >separation of instruments is awesome. Think of your favourite all time >music >track ... well, you know how the hairs on the back of your neck stand up >when you hear it ? It had that effect on me immediately and continually >ever >since. If you have not yet experienced this I urge you to visit your local >Home Cinema specialist and ask for a demo of a DTS audio recording - it >will >cost you nothing and I guarantee you will be impressed. > Since then I have done a little research in this area as I would >like to produce some of my recordings in DTS format. I have found some >software which will take six digital audio tracks (Left front, left right, >centre, rear left, rear right and sub-bass) and produces a DTS disk image >which when recorded to CDR media can be inserted into a DVD player and so >long as a DTS decoder is present in the setup you will hear it in full >'certified' DTS. (The process for techies is called DTS encoding) I know >this will take a time to prepare the digital audio tracks initially but >the >software I have seen is relatively cheap (it's called SurCode CD >Professional software encoder for DTS Digital Surround) at $499 >Url for anyone else interested is: >http://www.minnetonkaaudio.com/SurCode_CD_Pro_3.htm >Does anyone out there already use this ? If so how about a quick review >from >your perspective ? >I would also be interested in any info anyone has on recordings of this >nature. >Many thanks >Love this list ... I find daily gems of information here >Glyn 'my company has the longest disclaimer in the world ever...' Merga > > > > >NOTICE: >This transmission is intended solely for the addressee(s) and may be >confidential. If you are not the named addressee, or if the message has >been >addressed to you in error, you must not read, disclose, reproduce, >distribute or use this transmission. Delivery of this message to any >person >other than the named addressee is not intended in any way to waive >confidentiality. > >Any views expressed in this message are those of the individual sender and >may not be those held by Torotrak (Development) Ltd. Any agreements or >negotiations communicated will not be honoured as it is intended that a >binding contract should come into existence. > >Although we actively use measures to aid the prevention of harmful content >being set from our systems, we cannot accept any liability for any loss or >damage sustained as a result of software viruses. It is your >responsibility >to carry out such virus checking as is necessary before opening any >attachment. > >Please be aware that the content of any correspondence through Torotrak's >communication systems could be subject to examination by persons other >than >the intended recipient. This is done solely for the purpose of system and >business security. All cases are treated with confidentiality to all >parties by entrusted professional staff. >mailto:email@example.com > > --- "The only things I really think are important, are love, and eachother. -Then, anything is possible..."