Songs are MQA encoded as FLAC at varying bit rates (16/44.1, 24/44.1, 24/48). They can be played with sonic improvements on any CD or media player. Hi-res tracks will also be unfolded to their full resolution using an MQA compatible USB DAC.
Other benefits of MQA are corrections of time smearing (aka temporal blurring) common to PCM recordings, providing a much more focused audio image on playback with less of the harsh glare edgy sound typically found in this media format and most CDs published to date
Title: David Elias: Slipper DSD Sessions And The Bit Goes On...
Artist(s): David Elias: (Acoustic & Vocal)
Charlie Natzke: (Electric Guitar)
Scott Beynon: (Electric Bass)
Ken Owen: (Drums)
Recording Info: Studio Engineer: Charlie Natzke
DSD64 Recording on Sonoma: Charlie Natzke
DSD Analog Stereo Mix to Sonoma: Charlie Natzke
DSD Mastering and Download Production: David Elias