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Music : Norwegian label 2L releases Blu-ray/SACD music title
 
Norwegian label 2L releases Blu-ray/SACD music titleYesterday the Norwegian record label 2L released its first ever Blu-Ray record.

Divertimenti is a milestone in many ways. It is the labels 50th record release and it marks the twentieth anniversary of the Trondheim soloist whose concert in Selbu Church is captured on Divertimenti. A label always at the forefront technologically, 2L (Linberg Lyd) found the occasion right to make Divertimenti a milestone also in format.

The Blu-ray technology makes use of five separate sound tracks, which entails a complex recording and mixing process conditioned by very sophisticated equipment. 2L has cooperated with equipment manufacturers and the record now available is the fruit of a combined effort opening up new vistas of sound rendition. The sound is, as with Blu-ray images, like nothing youve heard before. Each instrument is clearly positioned, creating a multidimensional listening experience of utmost clarity. But since very few so far have the proper home equipment to actually play Blu-ray discs, the release also includes a SACD disc, playable on all standard CD players and computers.
 
 
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