Lisa Jacobs & the String Soloists

Lisa Jacobs, The String Soloists

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Haydn Violin Concertos

Locatelli Violin Concertos

Violinist Lisa Jacobs has been one of the most popular artists on the Cobra Records label. Her three albums in DSD Stereo, DSD Multichannel and DSD Binaural (for headphone listeners) have repeatedly appeared on our NativeDSD Best Sellers chart.

Now, NativeDSD and Cobra Records team up to bring you a special deal – and a specially priced bundle of all three of her fine Cobra Records DSD recordings. Don’t miss this chance to enhance your Classical Music collection with our newest DSD bundle.

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Release Date January 13, 2021

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COBRA0064

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Microphones

Bruel & Kjaer 4003, Neumann modified by Rens Heijnis

Notes

The recording was originally digitized using the dCS 904, which operated at DSD64. 

The original session tracks were edited and rebalanced (which meant going through the mixer) in the only available format for that purpose; the Pyramix 352.8KHz/24bit PCM (DXD). Prior to the advent of direct digital delivery, the next step in the production process from 352.8KHz/24bit PCM would be the DSD64 edited master for SACD production. What we have done now is also make a direct conversion to DSD128 and DSD256 from that original DXD edited master, without going through any interim processing steps.

Those DXD to DSD conversions are not up-samplings, as they would be going from one PCM sampling rate to another, for they are different encoding systems. PCM is a digital value sample based system, and DSD is a digital bit density modulated system. Conversion from any PCM sample rate to any DSD bit rate system is a remodulation, not an up-sampling.

We feel there is an audio advantage to this process in using the original files so we give you the choice and you can decide.

Original Recording Format

Producer

Tom Peeters

Recording Engineer

Tom Peeters

Recording location

Cunerakerk, Rhenen, The Netherlands in 2017 and 2018

Release Date June 1, 2018

Haydn Violin Concertos

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COBRA0061

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Cables

Acoustic Revive

Digital Converters

dCS904

Editing Software

Pyramix

Mastering Engineer

Tom Peeters

Microphones

Bruel & Kyaer

Mixing Board

Rens Heijnis

Notes

The recording was originally digitized using the dCS 904, which operated at DSD64. 

The original session tracks were edited and rebalanced (which meant going through the mixer) in the only available format for that purpose; the Pyramix 352.8KHz/24bit PCM (DXD). Prior to the advent of direct digital delivery, the next step in the production process from 352.8KHz/24bit PCM would be the DSD64 edited master for SACD production. What we have done now is also make a direct conversion to DSD128 and DSD256 from that original DXD edited master, without going through any interim processing steps.

Those DXD to DSD conversions are not up-samplings, as they would be going from one PCM sampling rate to another, for they are different encoding systems. PCM is a digital value sample based system, and DSD is a digital bit density modulated system. Conversion from any PCM sample rate to any DSD bit rate system is a remodulation, not an up-sampling.

We feel there is an audio advantage to this process in using the original files so we give you the choice and you can decide.

Original Recording Format

Producer

Tom Peeters

Recording dates:

April 19 & 21, 2017

Recording Engineer

Tom Peeters

Recording location

Cunerakerk, Rhenen, The Netherlands

Recording Software

Merging

Recording Type & Bit Rate

DSD64fs

Release Date September 1, 2017

Locatelli Violin Concertos

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COBRA0054

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Binaural

For this album we chose to record in Binaural as well. This is a perfect solution for headphone users. The recordings are made with the dummy head of Neuman, the KU-100. On a headphone this gives a surprisingly realistic image and it gives you the feeling of being at the session. This idea to develop an extra Binaural catalogue in DSD is initiated and supported by Rivasono in The Netherlands.

Digital Converters

dCS 904 and dCS954

Editing Software

Pyramix

Microphones

B&K4003

Mixing Board

Rens Heijnis

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Original Recording Format

Producer

Tom Peeters

Recording Engineer

Tom Peeters

Recording location

Cumerakerk, Rhenen, Holland

Recording Software

Merging

Recording Type & Bit Rate

DSD64

Release Date June 15, 2016

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