It’s impossible to talk about high-resolution audio files without demonstrating them. To that end, I have created an FTP site and uploaded a number of recordings from the AIX Records catalog. All of these recordings were captured at 96 kHz/24-bits and subsequently mixed in the digital domain. The tracks have not been altered with equalization, dynamics, or artificial reverberation…they are pure high-resolution recordings in 2.0 channel stereo. If you are interested in receiving these files and listening to them in your own system, just go to the CONTACT US page and send me an email with your request.
There are 12 examples on the FTP site. Each sample is limited to about 2 minutes and is available as a FLAC or WAV file. In addition, I have included folders with the cover art of each album, a pdf file that describes each track and the spectrographs. Feel free to copy and share these demo files. The more people experience real high-res audio the more they will demand record labels provide them.
A spectrograph of Laurence Juber’s “Mosaic” track. Click to view full size.Forward this post to a friend and help us spread the word about HD-Audio