With "Ingenious Opposites", EuroArts starts a new series of high quality audio productions: For the very first time, a high end audio recording and production emerges unhindered by the compromises associated with other recording mediums: “Lossless High Definition Audio” is now possible on Blu-ray Audio Disc. Using the Direct A/D (analog to digital) technique, digital microphones convert the analogue signal directly inside the microphone – behind the membrane, effectively eliminating the signal loss that occurs in the audio chain and results in the highest achievable and unmatched signal to noise ratio. This HD Audio production uses the Blu-ray Disc as a sound carrier, which allows a high capacity of 25 or even 50 Gigabytes that can be used ONLY for SOUND.
“I call it a true revelation - if not revolution - of sound. Its unfettered sound and transparency mark the next step in the evolution of audio quality”, so Dieter Gross, Managing Director at EuroArts and Producer of this "Ingenious Opposites" release.
For the first time this revolutionary, new recording technique and carrier combination has been used for the production of "Ingenious Opposites" by Russian-Israeli pianist Roman Zaslavsky.
Roman Zaslavsky, piano
Recorded at Studio Halle, Halle, October 2011
Robert Schumann: Symphonic Etudes, Op. 13
Franz Liszt: Années de pélerinage: Deuxième année, Italie; Etudes d’exécution transcendante
Zaslavsky is a master of piano technique that espouses nuance without resorting to arbitrary mannerisms. He first gained recognition by taking 1st prize - the Primer Gran Premio - at the José Iturbi International Music Competition in Valencia, Spain and concert tours brought him around the globe with rave reviews after performances in Israel, Germany, Netherlands, France, Japan, Canada and Latin America.
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Starting with Volume 1 there will be more "Ingenious Opposites" coming up in the near future.