Re: surround sound encoding and DVD authoring


Subject: Re: surround sound encoding and DVD authoring
From: Timothy Sutton (timsutton@fastmail.fm)
Date: Wed May 18 2005 - 11:56:35 EDT


Anything that can record multiple channels could be a 'surround'
recorder, so something free like AudioMulch or Audacity would be a
possibility.

Reid, David wrote:
> Hi
>
> Surround sound is something I am just beginning to think about also. Are there any suggestions for links to recording directly in surround sound?
>
> On the subject of DVD Studio Pro, if you are a student you can get a very good price on it and there is a new version coming out in a week or two. Staying with Apple Mac, in Logic Pro 7 you work with surround sound. Collages usually have rooms of macs in the arts/multimedia areas, might be worth a look at what is available within your school.
>
> regards
>
> David
>
> http://homepage.mac.com/misha_david/MishMusic/
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-cec-conference@concordia.ca on behalf of john brennan
> Sent: Wed 18-May-05 04:13
> To: cec-conference@concordia.ca
> Subject: RE: surround sound encoding and DVD authoring
>
> on mac....I use "APACK" Which comes with DVD Studio pro. It works really
> well.....it's worth the investment if u can find the cash!
> cheers
> jb
>
>
>
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> <br><br><br>&gt;From: joh_robe@alcor.concordia.ca<br>&gt;Reply-To:
> cec-conference@concordia.ca<br>&gt;To:
> cec-conference@concordia.ca<br>&gt;Subject: surround sound encoding and DVD
> authoring<br>&gt;Date: Tue, 17 May 2005 16:46:30
> -0400<br>&gt;<br>&gt;<br>&gt; I was wondering if someone could shed some
> light on the current possibilities<br>&gt;that lie in the area of DTS and
> Dolby encoding and DVD authoring suites which<br>&gt;allow for surround DVD
> audio playback. From what I have so far uncovered it<br>&gt;seems that
> surround encoding plug-ins and standalone software is still
> beyond<br>&gt;the reach of a non-profit, personal studio owning, poor
> student types such as<br>&gt;myself. Is anybody aware of a relatively cost
> effective method of producing<br>&gt;high resolution surround audio DVD's? I
> suppose the best way is probably<br>&gt;getting copies made by specialized
> companies (Like Minnetonka) which charge on<br>&gt;a per DVD basis but I
> would be interested to know if anyone is aware of any
> new<br>&gt;<br>&gt;technology which has brought the ability to produce
> surround DVD audio to the<br>&gt;prosumer level. Thanx.<br>
>
>
>
>
>
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