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post #31 of 58
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Originally Posted by curtlots View Post

I down loaded iso-burner and iso-burned two more coasters. I get to 90% and it says burn error. Are there specific settings to use? Sorry, but I'm totally new to this kind of thing, I just want to hear Supertramp in 5.1.

Try Active Isoburner and use a speed of 8 or lower. This is an Iso download.
post #32 of 58
Havnt got DVD Audio yet, waiting for the Oppo 83, but it sounded pretty impressive in a standard DVD player outputting DTS 5.1.

Burned fine with Nero Burning Rom, just go to Recorder/Burn Image and select .iso file.

Thanks for the link.
post #33 of 58
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Originally Posted by andrewh13 View Post

Havnt got DVD Audio yet, waiting for the Oppo 83, but it sounded pretty impressive in a standard DVD player outputting DTS 5.1.

Burned fine with Nero Burning Rom, just go to Recorder/Burn Image and select .iso file.

Thanks for the link.

Wow Thanks alot! I only just skipped around to see if it worked. Sounds pretty good for someone who did it at home.
post #34 of 58
Just thought I'd pipe up and mention that the link for this was easy to find today via Google, probably due to lots of folks activating it recently.

heh heh.

Anyway, sounds pretty good. I wonder whether the Penteo solution is similar in net results to these home-brewed 5.1 upmixes, or whether the Penteo solution is targeting a different final result. So John, if you're reading, let us know if you've done any private comparisons...

shinksma
post #35 of 58
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Originally Posted by scooterdog View Post

I was browsing one of my sites I find things at and noticed someone decided to remux the famed Supertramp Crime of the Century album into a DVD A MLP 5.1 mix. Granted he was quite straight in letting everyone one know that this was done from a stereo recording and he goes on to explain the equipment and process he uses to turn this into a 5.1 recording at 24/96.

I decided to take the 15 plus hours to obtain this and hear what this would sound like I was able to finally burn it onto a dvd. I plopped it into my dvda player and wow was I impressed. Granted its not remastered in the way studios do these but in all honesty it is pretty darn good. Nice and clean with good surround. I had to bring down the surrounds a bit as it tended to be a little hot. But there was good surround from left to right in the rear not to mention front to back. Vocals were placed in the center for the most part.

There was very good discreet surround taking place and the overall sonic value was tasteful. So if you are a Supertramp fan and you want to get a hold of this then poke your head around the web, its out there.

Thanks for the info. I agree overall surround mix is nice, some strange isolation on certin instruments like the bell sounds in the center channel on School. Anyway thanks for the link, I am curious have you ever downloaded the DVD audio version of Wish You Were Here, from that site? If so is it worth it? I downloaded Aqualung ans was not to impressed.
post #36 of 58
Thread Starter 
I have the WYWH brew you speak of. It's ok but not up to the quality of the Supertramp COTC remux. I believe it was taken from the SQ version that was released which I happen to have but nothing to play it back on any longer. I to DL the Aqualung but I went in understanding this was taken from a Quad 8 track and not the CD4 recording, which I also have. Ok I'm dating myself, but I must have about 80 or so quad vinyl recordings sitting in a plastic container. I keep telling myself to get a hold of an old Sansui quad receiver just never seemed to get around to it though. O well one day.
post #37 of 58
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Originally Posted by scooterdog View Post

I have the WYWH brew you speak of. It's ok but not up to the quality of the Supertramp COTC remux. I believe it was taken from the SQ version that was released which I happen to have but nothing to play it back on any longer. I to DL the Aqualung but I went in understanding this was taken from a Quad 8 track and not the CD4 recording, which I also have. Ok I'm dating myself, but I must have about 80 or so quad vinyl recordings sitting in a plastic container. I keep telling myself to get a hold of an old Sansui quad receiver just never seemed to get around to it though. O well one day.

Dont worry about dating yourself I am right there with you! The problem with Aqualung is that the drums are barely audible. I am just looking around the site are there any other Super Audio mixes that are good? I saw Led Z, Physical Graffiti?
post #38 of 58
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Originally Posted by scooterdog View Post

I was browsing one of my sites I find things at and noticed someone decided to remux the famed Supertramp Crime of the Century album into a DVD A MLP 5.1 mix. Granted he was quite straight in letting everyone one know that this was done from a stereo recording and he goes on to explain the equipment and process he uses to turn this into a 5.1 recording at 24/96.

I decided to take the 15 plus hours to obtain this and hear what this would sound like I was able to finally burn it onto a dvd. I plopped it into my dvda player and wow was I impressed. Granted its not remastered in the way studios do these but in all honesty it is pretty darn good. Nice and clean with good surround. I had to bring down the surrounds a bit as it tended to be a little hot. But there was good surround from left to right in the rear not to mention front to back. Vocals were placed in the center for the most part.

There was very good discreet surround taking place and the overall sonic value was tasteful. So if you are a Supertramp fan and you want to get a hold of this then poke your head around the web, its out there.

Hello, I,m a little late reading this tread but could you send me the link please...........

Thanks
post #39 of 58
^ + 1
post #40 of 58
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Originally Posted by phantom52 View Post

Try Active Isoburner and use a speed of 8 or lower. This is an Iso download.

Thanks, and thanks to all for the PM's. I finally got a good burn by slowing down to 8 speed.

It's been an interesting listen with the limited time I've had with it. Not as clean sounding as the mobile fidelity disc but overall not too bad. If there's anyone else that has the MoFi disc, does that version have the lowest recording level ever!? I can literally turn my system up as high as it will go and the quiet parts of the song are almost too low and the louder parts just reach the upper limits of what I care to listen to. Great dynamic range though. Good choices for 5.1 mix but as others have noted, pretty hot in the surrounds.

Good thing is, it got me to pop this back in for a listen after too many years collecting dust, & reminded me all over again why I loved this album so much!
post #41 of 58
I know, I know, I'm years late. Is this link still available? PM me the link.
Thanks
post #42 of 58
I purchased this from Amazon.UK. http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B008B3MZNI/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
The audio, 5.1 DTS is excellent! Great concert!!
post #43 of 58
Another late one. Could a link be pm'd? Much appreciated!
post #44 of 58
Me To please!!
post #45 of 58
And another request, thanks.
post #46 of 58
Good to see we got this going again. Hopefully we will get a response. I would love to listen to this classic album in multi-channel.
post #47 of 58
Please add me to the PM list for the link. Much obliged!
post #48 of 58
Please add me to the PM list for the link too. Thanks!
post #49 of 58
would be interested in a PM with the link also. Thanks
post #50 of 58
I would like an email also, especially since I updated my profile with my correct email addy!
post #51 of 58
Do you actually have a DVD-Audio capable player?
post #52 of 58
I searched for this and could not find it. I need a link too!

Thanks!
post #53 of 58
Thread Starter 
Unfortunately the place I originally found it is no longer around, damn demons smile.gif
post #54 of 58

Hi Guys, I am new here and just been reading about the 5.1 mic of Crime Of The Century what is my favorite Supertramp album. I would love to get it if I ever could. How can I download it? This would be so much appreciated. Thank you

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post #56 of 58

Thank you very much. Yes I am aware of the pure audio but will it be in 5.1 ?

post #57 of 58
Probably not and there is no definite release date.
post #58 of 58

Thanks for your reply acebreathe and The_Nephilim1. Still curious if someone could share the COTC 5.1 mix ?

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