I spent much of the last weekend watching/listening/experiencing AIX Records 3-D BD Goldberg Variations. And now I am looking for proper words to describe it. First, every one of you who loves music must buy it. When you get it home, darken your TV room, place a chair 1 to 1 1/2 screen sizes from your set, pour a glass of Grand Marnier (or whatever your favorite libation is (or a joint, if you have one)) go to "chapter" number six(Variation # 4)(the whole disc is excellent, but six/seven is a great initial experience)-- and experience a whole new world. After you do that, you will fall on the floor laughing at anyone who says 3-D is not worth the cost/effort. Have you ever been a part of a jam session? What was the best live musical experience of your life? Well, you can now go there again in your own home. What is that experience worth? This is true virtual reality-- you experience it -- not watch it. This is not a new form of television -- this is a whole new world.
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9/13/10 at 5:43am