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In Reply to: RE: DSD Editing Thoughts posted by PAR on July 08, 2017 at 00:47:38
. . . although you do hear the claim every so often that "DSD. . . is more similar to analog than PCM [is]", that's not a claim that I, for one, agree with.
I've been copying vinyl to 5.6-MHz DSD and it seems to have the sweetest highs I've ever heard from digital. I used to think my 24/96 PCM copies of vinyl were perfect, but I'm beginning to think DSD is even more perfect. I really love DSD and I've decided to make all future copies of vinyl records on 5.6-MHz DSD using my TASCAM DA-3000 DSD recorder.
With regard to editing, all I can do is crop my DSD recordings and divide each record side into individual cuts using TASCAM's Hi-Res Editor software . It also places a very short fade at the beginning and end of each cut. I sometimes wish I could insert longer fades in addition to performing amplitude normalization, but I don't want to transfer from DSD into PCM. Therefore, I guess I can live with minimal editing.
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