The L.A. Network project was born as a collaboration between two veteran recording engineers and producers - 2xHD’s president André Perry and Resonance Records’ president George Klabin - with the idea of creating a high-end rendition of Dave Brubeck’s most memorable compositions.
Perry and Klabin have collaborated on many projects over the last 5 years, including high-res remastering of famous albums by Bill Evans, Wes Montgomery, Jaco Pastorius, Stan Getz, Sarah Vaughan, Shirley Horn, and others.
Dave Brubeck Redux was recorded ‘off-the-floor’ to 2 Track Analog Tape at 15 ips, using the purest audiophile analog techniques, capturing the energy and joy of three brilliant young musicians playing together as one, seizing the well-known compositions and making them freshly their own.
Los Angeles (L.A.) is one of the great music centers of America, with a vast pool of outstanding jazz musicians and singers. The Dave Brubeck Redux album is the first of a projected series of audiophile L.A. Network recordings which will be performed by various musicians and released in high-resolution download formats including Stereo DSD at NativeDSD.