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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2009 12:52 am 
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I have an extensive list of DTS titles on CDR. Most are Quad Reel to Reel conversions to DTS on CDR. A few are the DTS issued titles now out of print. And then there is the odd DVD soundtrack converted to DTS on CDR.

I am looking for trades on DVD-A, I need Aqualung, Tres Hombres, and a couple of others on DVD-A from the 70s reels to reels.

Anyone have these on DVD-A-R and be willing to do a snail mail trade please PM.

I do have one DVDA-R whihc is the original Dark Side of the Moon (Alan Parsons mix) from the original reel.

sample of my list below:

Aerosmith – Get Your Wings (Q8)
Aerosmith – Rocks (Q8)
Aerosmith - Rocks (SQ)
Aerosmith – Toys in the Attic (Q8)
Alice Cooper – Muscle of Love (QR)
Allman Brothers, The – Eat A Peach (QR)
Allman Brothers, The - Live At The Fillmore East (DTS Release)
America - Hearts (QR)
America - Holiday (QR)
Archies, The (Q8)
Bachman-Turner Overdrive – Not Fragile (DTS Release)
Baez, Joan - (QR)
Beatles, The – Solo Hits (from various Q8's)
Beatles, The – Anthlogy 5.1
Beck, Jeff - Beck, Bogert & Appice (DTS Release)
Beck, Jeff - Blow By Blow (DTS Release)
Benson, George - Body Talk (QR)
Black Sabbath – Paranoid (QR)
Blood, Sweat, and Tears – Live on the King Biscuit Flour Hour (QR)
Bread - Baby I'm A Want You – (QR)
Bread - Best Of (QR) 24 bit
Browne, Jackson – Late for the Sky (QR)
Carlisle, Belinda – A Woman & A Man (DTS Release)
Carmen, Eric – Eric Carmen (CD-4)
Carpenters, The - Now & Then (QR)
Chi-Lites, The - Greatest Hits (QR)
Clapton, Eric - 461 Ocean Boulevard (DTS Release)
Clapton, Eric - There's One in Every Crowd (DTS Release)
Collins, Judy - Colors Of The Day "Best Of " (QR)
Country Joe & The Fish - Greatest Hits (QR)
Deep Purple - Machine Head (QR)
Deep Purple – Stormbringer (QR)
Deodato - Prelude (QR)
Doobie Brothers - Toulouse Street - QR
Doobie Brothers - Captain and Me (QR 24 Bit)
Doobie Brothers - Stampede (QR) 24 Bit
Doobie Brothers - What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits (QR 24 Bit)
Doors, The – The Best of (QR)
DTS Demo Sampler
Dylan, Bob – Desire (Q8)
Dylan, Bob – Nashville Skyline (Q8)
Eagles, The - Hell Freezes Over (DTS)
Feliciano, Jose - Compartments (QR)
Firesign Theater – We’re All Bozos on this Bus
Flaming Lips – Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
Franklin, Aretha – The Best Of (QR)
Friends Of Distinction - Best Of (QR)
Gates, David - First (Fostex Q8)
Gates, David - Never Let Her Go (CD-4)
Gaye, Marvin - Forever Yours (Best of in 5.1 Surround) (DTS Release)
Graham Central Station – (QR)
Grass Roots, The – 16 Greatest Hits (Q8)
Grateful Dead - American Beauty (DVD-A to DTS)
Grateful Dead – “Live” Steal Your Face, disc 1(QS/CD)
Grateful Dead – “Live” Steal Your Face, disc 2 QS/CD)
Grateful Dead - Workingman's Dead (DVD-A to DTS)
Green, Al - Call Me (QR)
Green, Al - Living For You (QR)
Green, Urbie - Big Beautiful Band (QR)
Guess Who, The - #10 (QR)
Guess Who, The – The Best of (QR)
Guess Who, The - The Best of Vol. 2 (QR)
Guthrie, Arlo - Last of the Brooklyn Cowboys (QR)
Hayward, Justin & Lodge, John - Blue Jays (QR)
Heaven & Earth - Refuge (QR) 24 bit
Henley, Don - The End Of The Innocence (DTS Release)
Humble Pie - Smokin' (Q8)
James, Tommy & Shondells – Best of (Fostex Q8)
Jefferson Airplane – The Worst of (QR)
Jefferson Airplane - Volunteers – (QR)
Jefferson Starship - Dragon Fly (QR)
Jefferson Starship - Red Octopus (QR)
Jefferson Starship – Spitfire (QR)
Jethro Tull - Aqualung (QR) 24 bit
Jethro Tull – War Child (QR)
Jones, Tom - The Body & Soul of Tom Jones (QR)
Kitaro - Daylight Moonlight (DTS Release)
Knight, Gladys - Imagination (QR)
Kraftwerk – Autobaun (Q8)
Light, Enoch - 4-Channel Dynamite (QR)
Light, Enoch - Big Band Hits of the 30's Vol.2 (QR)
Light, Enoch - Big Band Hits of the 30's and 40's (QR)
Light, Enoch - Big Band Hits of the 40's and 50's (QR)
Light, Enoch - Permissive Polyphonics (QR)
Light, Enoch - Spaced Out (QR)
Light, Enoch - 4-Channel Dynamite (QR)
Lightfoot, Gordon - Sundown - QR
Lightfoot, Gordon - Cold On The Shoulder (QR)
London Philharmonic - Ives Symphony #4 (QR)
Lovett, Lyle - Joshua Judges Ruth (DTS Release)
Lyman, Arthur – Puka Shells (QR)
Lynyrd Skynrd - Live on the King Biscuit Flour Hour 1976 (QR)
Mancini, Henry - Return of the Pink Panther (QR)
Mandingo – (QR)
Mann, Herbie - Hold On, I'm Comin' (QR)
Paul McCartney & Wings – Band On The Run (DTS Release)
Paul McCartney & Wings – Venus & Mars (DTS Release)
Midler, Bette – The Divine Miss M (QR)
Miller, Steve - Fly Like an Eagle (DTS Release)
Monkee, The – Quarters (2 disc set Collection of hits & album tracks in 5.1)
Montenegro, Hugo - Best Of (QR)
Montgomery, Wes - Greatest Hits (Q8)
Moody Blues, The - Days of Future Passed - (DTS Release)
Moody Blues, The - Seventh Sojourn (DTS Release)
Mozart - Sym 40 & 41 - Herbert Von Karajan, EMI (DTS Release)
Muldour, Maria – Waitress in a Donut Shop (QR)
New Philharmonia Orchestra - Pictures At An Exhibition (QR)
New Seekers, The Best of (QR)
Newman, Randy - Good Old Boys (QR)
Newman, Randy – Sail Away (QR)
Nilsson – Schmilsson (QR)
Ohio Players – Fire (DTS Release)
Ohio Players - Honey (DTS Release)
Oldfield, Mike – Tubular Bells (Q8)
O'Sullivan, Gilbert - I'm A Writer, Not A Fighter (QR)
Parsons Project, Alan - On Air (DTS Release)
Pink Floyd – Dark Side of the Moon (SQ)
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (Fostex Q8)
Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here (SQ to DTS)
Poco – Crazy Eyes (DTS)
Police, The - Every Breath You Take, The Classics (DTS Release)
Prado, Perez & His Orchestra – Mambo Jambo (QR)
Presley, Elvis – Aloha from Hawai (QR)
Queen – Hits (DVD-A)
Refuge – Heaven and Earth (QR)
Rich, Buddy - Roar Of '74 - QR - 1/2 second gaps
Simon & Garfunkel - Bridge Over Troubled QR dub /Master? - gaps
Sinatra, Frank - My Way – (QR)
Santana - Live at the Hammersmith 1977, Vol. 2 (QR)
Santana – Lotus, disc 1 (SQ/CD)
Santana – Lotus, disc 2 (SQ/CD)
Santana – Abraxas (DTS)
Seals & Crofts - Diamond Girl (QR)
Seals & Crofts - Unborn Child (QR)
Simon, Carly - Carly Simon (QR)
Simon, Carly - No Secrets (QR)
Spinners, The - The Spinners (QR)
Steely Dan – Gaucho (DTS Release)
Steely Dan – Pretzel Logic (Q8)
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills (DTS Release)
Stardrive - Intergalactic Trot – (QR)
Sting - Brand New Day (DTS Release)
Sting - Nothing Like The Sun (DTS Release)
Sting - Ten Summoner's Tales (DTS Release)
Taylor, James – Live on the King Biscuit Flower Hour 1974 (QR)
Taylor, James - Gorilla (QR)
Taylor, James - One Man Dog (QR)
Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake - Philadelphia Orch. (QR)
Temptations – All Directions – (CD-4)
Ten Years After - A Space in Time (Fostex Q8)
Thomas, David Clayton - David Clayton Thomas (QR)
Tomita – The Planets (QR)
Wilson, Brian – Imagination (DTS Release)
Winter, Edgar - Jasmine Nightdreams (DTS Release)
Winter, Edgar – They Only Come Out at Night (Q8)
Youngbloods, The - Get Together (QR)
Zappa/Mothers – Over-Nite Sensation (Q8)
ZZ Top – Tres Hombres (QR)


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2009 9:26 pm 
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I've got Chicago (II) on DTS, but the last time I tried it the CD-R really didn't want to rip. I should probably do something with that before it stops working completely...

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 8:33 pm 
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Yeah, try ripping on different read drive(s), I usually get success with repeated trys.

I actually bought Chicago II in DVD-A back when it was new. I did grab about 10 DVD-As and 2 or 3 SACDs as they were found a cheap promos still in shrink.

The stereo mix is well regarded on that title, bringing out smoother sound than the originals ever had.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 13, 2009 8:03 pm 
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Jeff T. wrote:
Yeah, try ripping on different read drive(s), I usually get success with repeated trys.

I actually bought Chicago II in DVD-A back when it was new. I did grab about 10 DVD-As and 2 or 3 SACDs as they were found a cheap promos still in shrink.

The stereo mix is well regarded on that title, bringing out smoother sound than the originals ever had.


I've got a stereo CD dub of the DVD-A. It still sounds strange, albeit in a different way than the original stereo mix. Almost as if they overcompensated for the odd recording.

The DTS CD is of course the quad mix. IIRC taken from a quad 8-track.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 14, 2009 8:44 pm 
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I can't listen to DTS converted from a Q8, that is why I have many QRs or Q4s as some call them. I need to hear them from R2R conversion.

Anyway, I just has a semi breakthrough in personal back-ups of DVD-As.

I dropped in Deep Purple's Machine Head on DVD-A into my computer Pioneer drive, selected DVD Shrink to copy disc, and it copied the darn thing. So I dropped this DVD copy into my Denon DVD player and expected it to lock up after 30 seconds or mute sound anyway. Guess what? The disc played in stereo and 5.1.

Turns out that is the VTS folder has audio tracks in it, then it will copy and make a playable 5.1 DVD disc. It will just not contain the higher rez PCM tracks. I tried Chicago II, as well as Al Green hits, no go with them, they copied and played with no sound tracks. Because those discs have all audio written to Audio TS folders (not VTS) which are not copied by Shrink. Then tried REM - Automatic for th People, this one played back DD 5.1 and DTS 5.1, but again no high rez. So at least I have playable 5.1 discs copied out of these bastards.

Ok, then I extracked all files from these discs including the Audio TS forders, and tried assembling a ISO image, but it turns out these images are over the single layer limit, and therefor dual layer discs would be required.

Bottom line, I think DVD-A disc can now be cracked wide open with DVDFab5 which is a later gen ripper. If one does a full disc ISO copy, and selects "clone" mode, it will copy the discs including watermarks, and then you can burn a clone that should read as an original. See, these DVD-A discs were designed and set up before DL DVD-Rs were on the market, and so since you cannot make copies that are shrunk down to single layer and expect them to play, they must be on DL media and copied as clones.

Since the general population has moved on from DVD-A and SACD for that matter, nobody has continued trying to crack these mothers and print them to DVD-R. But I am still on the case. And now it seems that some discs will at least let you copy the DD and DTS audio portions as I have just done. And these disc play flawlessly on my Denon DVD-A player.


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Hello,

I realize it has been a long long time since anyone has posted here, but I have some newly acquired quad mixes and was wondering if anyone would be willing to help me acquire Doobie Brothers Stampede.

I am the original software developer of Pro Tools and have access to a few quad mixes that others might not have access to.

If people are not comfortable with trading I totally respect that. But, if people are open to it. let me know.

Thanks.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2016 7:16 pm 
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Happy_Kyne wrote:
Hello,

I realize it has been a long long time since anyone has posted here, but I have some newly acquired quad mixes and was wondering if anyone would be willing to help me acquire Doobie Brothers Stampede.

I am the original software developer of Pro Tools and have access to a few quad mixes that others might not have access to.

If people are not comfortable with trading I totally respect that. But, if people are open to it. let me know.

Thanks.

Thanks for registering and posting. I am original poster in this thread and have accumulated a fairly good collection of vintage quad and transferred to DTS and DVD-A & DVD-V, "conversions" as we call them out there in collectorsville.

We've quite comfortable with talking trading (unissued and / or long oop stuff) in this forum, but all details seem to happen in private messages rather than in the forums.

I'm sending you a pm now so that you can email me directly. I believe I have the Stampede quad reel to reel on DVD.


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