DXD Captures The Magic of Mahler; Largest DXD recording to date with Horus and Pyramix

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Oslo, February 2014: LAWO Classics is a highly respected specialist recording label from Norway. Not to be confused with a well known audio console manufacturer, Vegard LAndaas and Thomas WOlden have just recorded their most ambitious project to date. Gustav Mahler’s First Symphony with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by their new Chief Conductor, Vasily Petrenko. The venue was the impressive Oslo Konserthus with a sell out audience of 1400 in attendance. Spectacular performances of this kind need the best possible audio quality, so Merging Technologies Pyramix and Horus Networked Audio Converters were the obvious choice and LAWO’s Thomas Wolden decided that 48 tracks of DXD (24 bit/352.8 kHz) was optimum for this concert. The final result will be issued in the Spring on SACD and Hi-Res Download.

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