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Are there any online sources where I can purchase or download audiophile-grade multichannel audio albums?

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Dr. Mark Waldrep (of AIX Studios) runs an online company named iTrax which sells the type of audio files you're probably looking for.

 

AIX itself also has a subsidiary named AIX Records, which sells disc versions of HD audio.

 

You can check these both out, to see if they satisfy your needs.

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Hi guys,

 

i have owned a realizer for about 1.5 years now.  I use it for work as a sound effects editor.  About the reverb you hear.  One of the rooms I was impulsed in ( Im lucky and get impulsed in some of the best dub stages in the world) had a loose sound panel in the rear right side.  This would translate into a extended reverb tail on that channel only.  The illusion is only broken with lots of start stops.   I would chalk it up with room problems not a problem with the realizer.  I have other rooms that are very tight sounding.

 

i also dont use the head tracked.  It IS amazing and is a very cool trick but I believe what I hear and dont need any more convincing.

 

As for the capturing of the spaces.  I dont do them myself as Lorr will come and do them but I can imagine if I did them on my own that I would make a mistake ;)  If your room doesnt sound right do it again.  Also make sure you do the long sweeps.

 

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forgot to add from what I have seen you need a laser level with degrees so you can enter the correct speaker orientation. 


Edited by jst0rm - 7/15/14 at 3:41pm
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