RE Sony Classical Bruno Walter Edition:
A&R on the line was run from Hamburg but all studio production was carried
out in New York, mostly at SCPI and then at Sony Music Studios at 450 W.
I worked mostly on issues containing disc-based source, which was
transferred by Seth Winner Sound Studios, then edited and assembled in the
Sony studios. Tape-based source was a/d transferred there as well. Editing
was done on Sonic Solutions. Although marketing wanted to call the line
20-bit, it was in fact all 16-bit 44.1 kHz. But then they also falsified
AAD and ADD on many reissues as well.
On Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 10:52 AM, Randy Lane <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> A question for Dennis Rooney.
> A few months ago you extolled the process flow that was rigidly
> kept for the Sony Masterworks CD remasterings in the early-mid 1990s,
> though I cannot find the thread. Were those same high quality process flows
> kept intact and used for the 30 some odd CD remasterings that were released
> around the same time in a series titled The Bruno Walter Edition? The backs
> of some of those CDs credit you with remixing, so I assume you have some
> familiarity ith the entire priject.
Dennis D. Rooney
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