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John Coltrane - Giant Steps (HDTracks)


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Hello,

I thought that it might help some of you so here is the scope analysis of the HDTracks download for Trane's Giant Steps. For me it sounds pretty good with good stereo imaging and kind of warm sound and resulted in good transfer, but I do not have anything different to compare with it. According to the original Atlantic notes it was done some care to capture the sound, see below. However I don't know who mastered this re-issue, anyone?

 

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And the plots:

 

07-Mr. P.C..flac_report.png

 

06-Naima.flac_report.png

 

05-Syeeda's Song Flute.flac_report.png

 

04-Spiral.flac_report.png

 

03-Countdown.flac_report.png

 

02-Cousin Mary.flac_report.png

 

01-Giant Steps.flac_report.png

 

Report generated by the MusicScope 1.3.13 - http://www.xivero.com

 

Track | Format | Bit | Sample rate | Cut-Off Freq. | TPL Left | TPL Right | TPL Mid | TPL Side | RMS Left | RMS Right | RMS Mid | RMS Side | CREST Avg. | PLR Avg. | LRA | I-Loudness

01-Giant Steps.flac PCM 24 96000 Hz 26.0 kHz -0.1 dB -1.5 dB -3.3 dB -3.9 dB -16.5 dB -16.2 dB -19.5 dB -19.2 dB 9.3 dB 8.0 dB 5.3 dB -13.7 dB

02-Cousin Mary.flac PCM 24 96000 Hz 26.0 kHz -0.1 dB -1.9 dB -2.8 dB -3.4 dB -16.6 dB -17.0 dB -19.9 dB -19.8 dB 9.3 dB 8.2 dB 7.1 dB -14.0 dB

03-Countdown.flac PCM 24 96000 Hz 27.0 kHz -1.5 dB -2.4 dB -3.9 dB -4.4 dB -19.2 dB -22.3 dB -23.3 dB -23.6 dB 10.5 dB 9.5 dB 12.7 dB -16.8 dB

04-Spiral.flac PCM 24 96000 Hz 23.0 kHz -0.8 dB -2.0 dB -3.6 dB -3.9 dB -18.0 dB -15.5 dB -19.7 dB -19.4 dB 8.9 dB 7.8 dB 6.5 dB -14.2 dB

05-Syeeda's Song Flute.flac PCM 24 96000 Hz 27.0 kHz -0.1 dB -2.5 dB -3.3 dB -3.5 dB -19.1 dB -17.9 dB -21.5 dB -21.4 dB 9.2 dB 7.8 dB 9.3 dB -15.6 dB

06-Naima.flac PCM 24 96000 Hz 21.0 kHz -2.9 dB -6.1 dB -6.7 dB -6.8 dB -22.6 dB -24.1 dB -25.9 dB -26.7 dB 7.9 dB 6.4 dB 7.2 dB -20.4 dB

07-Mr. P.C..flac PCM 24 96000 Hz 27.0 kHz -0.1 dB -0.7 dB -2.0 dB -2.1 dB -16.5 dB -14.8 dB -18.6 dB -18.5 dB 8.9 dB 7.7 dB 5.0 dB -13.2 dB

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Krzysztof Maj

http://mkrzych.wordpress.com/

"Music is the highest form of art. It is also the most noble. It is human emotion, captured, crystallised, encased… and then passed on to others." - By Ken Ishiwata

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