|Product Name||Vince Guaraldi - A Charlie Brown Christmas (Superdisc)|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media: Music|
|Short Description||Height:0.5 inches / Length:5.5 inches / Weight:0.3 pounds / Width:5 inches|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B000BPFBWG|
|Price New||10.30 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||9.86 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Long Description||3 Different Surround Mixes to Choose From |
Here are three unique surround experiences remixed from the original 1965 masters. You can select the "On Stage Concert Hall" surround mix and hear what it would be like to be onstage with Vince Guaraldi, with a larger-than-life orchestral sound. And you can also hear the trio in a small piano bar by selecting the "Jazz Club" mix, or experience them from the front row of Carnegie Hall with the "Front Row" surround mix.
A Charlie Brown Christmas has been released many times, but never before have they been remixed from the original masters. Head Monster Noel Lee and star producer John Burk lifted them from the vaults so they could work with the original tape. The only problem was that they were recorded on 3-track, which was a fleeting format that only lasted a few years in the early sixties. Once the rare 3-track analog masters were located and we had secured a 3-track tape head, they were converted into PCM digital audio at 96k/24bit.
Then we simulated a home theater environment in the mixing studio. Stephen Hart, John Burk and Noel Lee worked on Pro Tools HD within the matrix of a surround field of Monster THX speakers driven by a 5-channel Monster Power amp. The result is breathtaking. You can practically hear the bristles on the brushes of drummer, Jerry Granelli. You can hear Guaraldi happily tapping on his grand piano and imagine the honest smile beneath his famous mustache. This SuperDisc also includes the original stereo recording for your CD player.
It just isn’t Christmas without Schroeder sitting on the floor, crouched over his miniature piano, playing the tune he named after his neighborhood pals. "Linus and Lucy" is one of the most recognizable jazz standards of all time. It has been covered by artists as diverse as Oscar Peterson and Steve Vai, and is indelibly connected to the life and work of Charles Schulz.
|Search Google||by EAN or by Title|
|Search Amazon||by EAN or by Title|