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RE: The main difference with Channel Classics and just about everyone else...

"In other words, if the recording engineer got the recording part right and it wasn't screwed up in the mixing board, it's on YOU to figure out the best way to play it back."

Interesting, and just how are we to figure it out, aside from theoretically, to wit, the DXD files.

I appreciate the samples and I downloaded 2 of them, the DSD256 and the DXD. Problem is that the DSD file has little more than adjusting the bass drum sticks. The DXD has more. Perhaps I should try others. But these do not represent the miking and mix of the final product.

Better still if Jarad would distribute a six minute sample of the final mix that he thought best illustrated his work, and in the various formats.

Edits: 07/12/17

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