This is an entirely analog direct-to-disc recording, from the mix and the signal path to the cutting head of the VMS-80 lathe. What makes this particular production interesting is the splitting of the analog stereo sum into three destinations. In addition to the direct analog signal for DMM cutting, Stockfisch converted the mix into highest-grade DSD (Direct Stream Digital, 2,8224 MHz) – using a one-bit converter – and into conventional digital audio format, 16-bit/44.1 kHz PCM, as well. This direct-to-disc vinyl record comes with a bonus Stereo Hybrid SACD. This seems to be the first opportunity ever to compare three formats (CD, SACD, D2D LP) originating from the same analog source and transferred unaltered into two digital formats.
The Bassface Swing Trio – Plays Gershwin (180g LP)
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|A1||Oh, Lady Be Good||8:50|
|A3||Strike Up The Band||3:45|
|B1||Our Love Is Here To Stay||7:15|
|B2||The Man I Love||7:05|
|B3||I Got Rhythm||5:18|
|SACD-1||Oh, Lady Be Good|
|SACD-3||Strike Up The Band|
|SACD-4||Our Love Is Here To Stay|
|SACD-5||The Man I Love|
|SACD-6||I Got Rhythm|
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