I'll add some pix today, LK.I was going to upload some scans, but it doesn't seem to be working...
Anyway - I really like this disc...
This one is still available at a (very) reasonable price on DVD-A, so if you're keen on electronica grab a copy..
One thing I've noticed is that the last track "Illabye" isn't in Hi-rez (at least on the Dualdisc version)... is it the same on the single disc DVD-A version????
One thing I've noticed is that the last track "Illabye" isn't in Hi-rez (at least on the Dualdisc version)... is it the same on the single disc DVD-A version????[/QUOTE said:The non DualDisc version is the same. Weird. It's a very short track at least.
you may check out samples from tracks.I'm not familiar with Tipper at all - how would you describe their music?
Wooow!! Thank you for this recommendation!! I received this today and I'm really enjoying it, pleasantly surprised =) Aggressive mix, excellent quality (96/24) and great extras (ad hoc to the music). All for 10.5 UK pounds brand new shipping included =)
There are few better albums than BT's "This Binary Universe." Very highly recommended.Guys!! I just discovered this and what a great surprise! A straight 10 for mix (it's off the hook!!), sound quality (24/96), style and INNOVATION. What an original album! I love it. I wish there was more music like this. A real treat.
Kind of frustrating that Illabye is only on the DD version, but I ripped everything to FLAC and simply tacked Illabye on at the end, so now I can hear all tracks in their respective best qualities. Illabye's a very lovely track, and I must say the whole DD version of the album sounds very good, so it's no big deal.
Is anybody aware of anything similar in 5.1 Electronica? I tried Legion of Boom, Amon Tobin's Splinter Cell ("Chaos Theory") 5.1 soundtrack, and Richie Hawtin's DE9 | Transitions. None really got me (perhaps I should give them another try). BT's "Monster" works great though.