The Grateful Dead Complete Studio Albums Collection Available for the First Time Ever in 24bit HD Audio at HDtracks
The Grateful Dead Complete Studio Albums Collection, an all-new 13 album collection of the Grateful Dead's studio catalog, marks the first time the original studio tapes have been used to faithfully recreate the legendary band's original sound in 24bit high definition. Mastered by David Glasser at Airshow Mastering, this collection was created from the original master tapes. Transfers were done at 192kHz/24 Bit from an Ampex ATR with Plangent replay electronics to a Prism ADA-8XR A/D converter into a soundBlade workstation...
The Grateful Dead Complete Studio Albums Collection collection includes these albums, spanning decades and over 8 hours of music:
The Grateful Dead (1967) Anthem Of The Sun (1968) Aoxomoxoa (1969) Workingman's Dead (1970) American Beauty (1970) Wake Of The Flood (1973) From The Mars Hotel (1974) Blues For Allah (1975) Terrapin Station (1977) Shakedown Street (1978) Go To Heaven (1980) In The Dark (1987) Built To Last (1989)
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I missed the chance when the sold a surround copies of american beauty and working man in the almanac many moons ago. Wouldn't want it on sacd because not all cd player can handle that formats. I have seen a lot of dvd audio out lately and it's a cool concept if it's linked to archive pictures from that period as well.
I suppose it's the future (which will leave me behind). Downloads for those who want them ...absolutely. But those of us who like physical formats are left out of what is surely something to be beautiful. Why they couldn't be available in SACD is beyond me. And no even though there are few releases SACDs are still being released. I have the 2 DVD-A Workingman's & Beauty and they are wonderful . SACDs of the Studios would have been great. Hope they don't eventually go this route for everything
These remasters are truly stunning. They faithfully retain the original qualities, but with so much more depth and resolution. From an audio perspective they are a large step ahead of anything released in the last several years, even HDCD releases. David Glasser nailed these ones, both new and old.
I am so glad these are only their studio albums, I love audiophile music and If this had stuff like Europe 72 on it, I would be tempted, plus these Albums have already been released in HDCD CD anyway, which sound grate, plus I hate stuff that you have to download.
They all sound great but it makes me realize how much better the band sounds live.