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Discussion: Mahler: Symphony No. 1, Blumine - Zinman

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Post by krisjan June 18, 2009 (41 of 47)
Zeus has this listed as a DSD master. Do you have any reason to doubt that? With RCA being part of the Sony music empire, it is no surprise to me. The prior releases were all DSD as far as I remember.

Post by Cherubino June 18, 2009 (42 of 47)
Peter said:

So, does it sound like good PCM or bad DSD? There's a leading question........

Seriously though, I doubt these are DSD, but am happy to be proved wrong.

Good point, Peter. All experts in recognizing DSD vs PCM recordings please weigh in. When we find out which it is, we'll know which of you guessed, um, I mean, were able to recognize, what it actually is.

Post by tommwi June 18, 2009 (43 of 47)
RWetmore said:

Does anyone know how this set was recorded? DSD or PCM? If PCM what PCM?

There is no information about this in the booklet or anywhere else I'm aware of.

It's recorded in PDM!

Post by Daland June 18, 2009 (44 of 47)
The words "DSD Recording" are to be found on the back cover (bottom left) above "SACD Multi 5.1 channel".

It seems, however, that as far as the Mahler cycle is concerned only Symphony No. 1 is expressly marked as a DSD recording.

Post by Luukas November 29, 2015 (45 of 47)

Post by sunnydaler November 29, 2015 (46 of 47)
Luukas said:

Is this really a disappointment? http://www.classicstoday.com/review/review-13597/?search=1

It's an undernourished and polite performance.
I think 6th is Zinman's best in Maher.

Post by Castor December 1, 2015 (47 of 47)
Daland said:

The words "DSD Recording" are to be found on the back cover (bottom left) above "SACD Multi 5.1 channel".

All the symphonies in this Mahler cycle are recorded in 4.0 multi-channel not 5.1.

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