Danacord is a specialist in releasing high-quality classical music recordings on CD, SACD, DVD, and Blu-ray. In addition, the company’s catalog is available on Apple’s Spatial Audio, and in Europe and Japan. Danacord new releases are sure to be a treat for classical music fans.
Danacord is a leading specialist in releasing high-quality classical music recordings on CD, SACD, DVD and Blu-ray
The Rarities of Piano Music Festival was founded in Husum, Germany in 1987. In 2021, Danacord will release a recording from the festival, featuring rare piano works played by renowned pianists. The festival features performances by Zlata Chochiewa, Simon Callaghan, and Peter Froundjian, and many works will be available for the first time on CD. All performances are unedited.
Tanja Zapolski’s music is both classical and contemporary. It transports listeners to a world of dreams and tenderness. In this new recording, she collaborates with the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra. The musicians play beautiful slow movements from some of the most famous piano concertos. Tanja’s new CD also features the brilliant cellist Toke Moldrup.
La Boite a Pepites is a new record label dedicated to raising the profile of female composers. Many women composers have been overlooked and their works have been lost over time. The first release from La Boite a Pepites features the first ever recordings of the works of Charlotte Sohy, a prominent American composer.
The music in this new CD is a perfect representation of the diverse musical world that exists in the 16th century. Vieuxtemps’ 8th symphony and the Aria in E minor are just two examples of the works available on this label. There are also many other great artists and composers represented on the label.
The Enhake Quartet has won several awards and accolades. Their chamber music album won a gold medal at Carnegie Hall in 2008 and was a finalist at the Osaka International Chamber Music Competition in 2011. They have also played at major venues across three continents, including the OK Mozart Festival, the Young-San Arts Hall in South Korea, and the Seoul Arts Center. They have also been Ensemble-in-Residence for the Albany Symphony Orchestra and Tallahassee Youth Orchestras.
It is available in Apple’s Spatial Audio
Apple’s new feature, Spatial Audio, will allow you to experience three-dimensional audio from supported videos. The new technology uses directional audio filters and adjusts the frequencies relayed to each ear to produce a true cinema experience. Apple says it will be available in September 2020.
To enjoy Spatial Audio, you need an iPhone 7, iPad Pro 12.9-inch or iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd generation), iOS 14 or later, and a supported app. The audio format must support Dolby Atmos, 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound. Apple Music also supports Dolby Atmos. If you’re using third-party headphones, make sure to toggle the Always-On feature on your device.
Another feature of the device is the ability to track sound waves around your head. When you have your headphones plugged in and turned on, you’ll notice blue waves around your head. These waves indicate that the feature is on. If it’s off, you’ll be unable to hear them.
Apple Music subscribers will be able to enjoy thousands of songs in this new format. The company is working with artists to add new releases and catalog tracks to the service. Additionally, many artists are creating songs specifically for this new audio format. In addition, Apple Music and Dolby are making it easier for independent artists to record their music in Dolby Atmos. They’re doubling the number of Dolby-enabled studios across the major markets, and they’re providing resources to help independent artists and musicians achieve the highest quality sound possible.
The technology behind Spatial Audio allows music to sound as if it’s played from every angle. This allows listeners to hear every instrument in the song. Not only does spatial audio provide an immersive audio experience, but it also makes songs more expansive. Because of this, music and podcasts can sound more natural and more authentic.
It is available in Japan
The new Danacord CD is excellent. The company’s CEO and founder, Oleg Marshev, has done a masterful job with the recording. The CD has excellent sound and a good presentation, and the liner notes are excellent. I would highly recommend it. If you’re not familiar with Danacord, it’s worth checking out their products.