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How An SACD is really made

post #1 of 6
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1. Record Instruments first

2. Layer Vocals on top.

3. Master to CD

4. Take the 16bit/44.1khz signal run though DFX audio enhancer.

5. Master into 1bit/2.8224 MHz

 

Claim any differences are due to improved mastering.

 

Optional: Master into surround sound as a consolation prize.

 

This is a joke, but I'm sure it could fool someone.


Edited by TsukiNick - 10/26/12 at 12:29am
post #2 of 6

Are you Norah Jones' mastering engineer?

Oh wait, it's a joke. biggrin.gif

post #3 of 6
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Originally Posted by TsukiNick View Post

1. Record Instruments first

2. Layer Vocals on top.

3. Master to CD

4. Take the 16bit/44.1khz signal run though DFX audio enhancer.

5. Master into 1bit/2.8224 MHz

 

Claim any differences are due to improved mastering.

 

Optional: Master into surround sound as a consolation prize.

 

This is a joke, but I'm sure it could fool someone.


That's not always the case though...

post #4 of 6

I hate DFX  audio enhancer. I'd just put a slight reverb to generate artificially some high frequency content.

post #5 of 6
Thread Starter 

I'm not saying DFX is good. But you definately could mislead someone to think a file was better if it sounded different.  "Listen to how you can hear the reverberations, the CD releases threw out this information."

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