The Merging Technologies Quartet
Merging Technologies has done the recording industry a great favor. The Swiss company, not much larger than Yarlung Records, is run by a small group of dedicated engineers and designers who took the original Direct Stream Digital (DSD) technology developed by Philips and Sony and made it usable for record labels.
To Claude Cellier, Dominique Brulhart, Loïc Andrieu, Bertrand Van Kempen (at Merging Technologies near Lausanne) and Chris Hollebone (in London) we say a most hearty thank you. Not only did Merging create the first user-friendly method of recording in 256fs (or Quad DSD as music writer David Robinson affectionately calls it) using Horus or Hapi converters, but they created the Pyramix software bundle that enables us to create tracks and adjust the volume in Native DSD.
Yarlung is indeed grateful to Merging Technologies. Not only did David Robinson loan us his Hapi and Pyramix software keys to make these transcriptions from our SonoruS Series of analog tapes, but Merging Technologies generously sponsored our second quartet of albums: the Merging Quartet.
Bob Attiyeh, producer
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|Release Date||November 11, 2015|
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