Experimental Project [Blu-ray]
Experience 7.1 Surround Sound Soundscapes composed and produced by Surround Music Pioneer Alexander Jero whose work receiving highest recognition in recording industry. This sophisticated electronic music compositions featuring exiting 3-Dimensional ballet of beautiful melodies, rhythms and sound design combined with surrealistic art and illustrations will bring the new dimension of sound to your home entertainment like never before. Music stile: Electronica/Goth & Industrial --Surround Records
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This is my 4th Jero disc and is the one I'm least happy with. Not sure if I just have a bad disc, my equipment just doesn't like the data stream, or not a lot of effort went into this particular production. I have heard this material live twice and have two of the best recordings of it on DVD Audio. It could be that Respighi doesn't lend itself well to 7.1, but I'm noticing a lot of imperfections in the "background accompaniment" and in some of the solo parts, the Clarinet solo in particular, in the 3rd movement of "Pines." The opening movement sounds as it should and the 7.1 mix really brings out the detail in the different sections. The 2nd movement is where I start to notice problems. There is a pitch fluctuation throughout and the Bassoon part in the transition from the 2nd to 3rd movement sounds slightly out-of-tune with the rest of the parts. I'm convinced that something went wrong with the mix and encoding and what I'm hearing are codec errors of some kind. There is a noticeable breakup in audio later in the 3rd movement during the Clarinet solo -- almost sounds like the musician is sending Morse Code with the clarinet.
Most of the other movements sound OK but the problems return throughout the 7th and 8th tracks.