Very interesting interview with Bill Schnee, who I am familiar with, having purchased a great many audiophile LPs, mastered by the guys back in the late 60's and the '70's and '80's. I have been involved in transferring them to DVD-A format, (discussed here
by a fellow audio friend some time ago) using an E-MU 24-bit/192KHz digital PC interface and discWelder Bronze DVD-A burner software, with the LP's being played on a Sony BioTracer with several different moving coil cartridges (Accuphase, Mobility Fidelity) a modified NAD 1240 and monitored via nearfield Tannoys and wide field via Lynn ISOBARIKs fed by a Bedini amp. Certainly not a configuration with the resolution capabilities of Bill's studio gear, but well able to demonstrate the sound of these great old LPs now on 24/192KHz DVD-A discs. Bill's remarks about what we hear with 24/192 material and why, sure brought some big smiles to this old face... as my much lower rez system does to my friends faces, when they hear my DVD-A transfers... then go home and throw away their CDs. ;-)
24-bit/192KHz indeed. Thank you!