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'Uncommon Bach' debuts as first HD title with multichannel HD DVD audio

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 08 Jun 2007 10:17 User comments (3)

'Uncommon Bach' debuts as first HD title with multichannel HD DVD audio In what is being called the world's first "3-Dimensional Sound Reality high-def music experience" , Surround Records has announced they are releasing an audio-only HD DVD entitled "Uncommon Bach" on June 15th.
The producer, Alexander Jero says the the title presents the music of the legendary Sebastian Bach using "virtual instruments and modern synthesis," in such a way that Surround Records has called it "3-Dimensional Sound Reality."


According to the press release, the title procss promises a "clarity and sonic perception of these classical works [that] will open a new vision of the original masterpieces."

"Uncommon Bach" is the first audio-only HD release to hit North American shelves, and the company says the complete release will be 57 minutes.

High Def Digest included some tech specs of the movie, which are, "DTS-HD Master Lossless Audio and standard DTS 5.1 surround options. (Note also that 'Uncommon Bach' is compatible only with HD DVD players with HDMI or optical outputs.)"

Amazon has the movie on pre-sale for $19.95 now, and there is no word if any video material or bonus features will accompany the main track. There is also no word on whether a Blu ray version is in the making.

Source:
HD Digest

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3 user comments

18.6.2007 10:49
duckNrun
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(Note also that 'Uncommon Bach' is compatible only with HD DVD players with HDMI or optical outputs.)

--or any PC running Slysoft's Any HD-DVD

:-)

28.6.2007 15:54

Pretty Kewl :)

330.7.2007 21:04

Sounds interesting. No pun intended.

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