Pauler Acoustics ( http://www.pauleracoustics.de ) a.k.a Stockfisch
Records in Germany has done at least two direct-to-disc DMM LPs. I own
one of them and it is a very fine recording, but I'm not near it now.
George Brock-Nannestad wrote:
> From: Patent Tactics, George Brock-Nannestad
> ----- oh, you save, and this reduces the noise. Both, because the inherent
> noise in DMM is lower and because you do not get two generations of crystal
> grain boundary noise. And obviously, this is cheaper per run (although the
> investment in equipment was originally larger). However, I have yet to hear
> about a direct-to-disc direct-metal master recording. Does anybody out there
> know if that has ever been tried? I have used blank DMM masters in the
> Berliner etching process--much better than zinc.
> Kind regards,