Originally Posted by oblio98
There are two types of these "hobbiest" DTS CDs.
I would like to submit a third type of DTS audio CD that the word hobbiest seems to just not do justice to:
There is a format that is extremely uncommon and quite time comsuming/difficult to create. So uncommon that I have only found 1 circulating that I did not make myself in all my years of being an internet junkie.
I do not claim to have created nor perfected this format, but it is the only format I am willing to spend my time with & that is what I refer to as 'DTS Matrix' :
using multiple recordings of a live concert placing the soundboard recording in front channels and an audience recording in the rear channels. Or sometimes using 2 audience sources if they are good enough, and if I can tell which was close to the stage and which was far from the stage.
The results have been mindblowing with unsurpassed realism & accurate sound directioning.
I have only done this with Pink Floyd recordings soo far, but I might be interested in another project using a different band, if the recordings are worth the time it requires to produce.
If anyone wishes to learn more or to download one of these, send me a private message or email, as I do not check this site as often as I should...
& I do not know this site's policies on posting URLs-- will just save them for email/PM