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Re: Holst´s planets? it´s the first time I hear about it...
• Posted by: Mobile Fidelity SOUND LAB   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, July 29, 2004, at 10:11 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Holst´s planets? it´s the first time I he... (Peter Lindboe)

Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab


Holst's The Planets on Surround SACD !

For Immediate Release:

Contact: Coleman Brice (310) 995-MOFI,

Sebastopol, CA – Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab is pleased to announce the release of Holst's The Planets on its surround series of Ultradisc UHR™ hybrid SACD releases featuring Mobile Fidelity’s heralded GAIN 2™ mastering process.

Performed by The Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Walter Susskind, Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab's (MFSL) multichannel debut of Holst's The Planets is a remarkable and stunning revelation within the aural cosmos. Utilizing MFSL's heralded GAIN 2 (Greater #####t Information Network) proprietary mastering process, the compelling contrast between the thunderous, enraged "Mars" and the refined pomp and beauty of "Venus" is unveiled in spectacular sonic splendor. Gustav Holst's deep understanding and inspired interpretation of Astrology, Mythology, and the Greek influenced "Music of the Spheres" is illustrated here in meticulous, spacious surround sound on the most technologically advanced sound reproduction media format to date - the Ultradisc UHR™ Surround SACD. The fact is that MFSL's exploration of the sonic universe has often been likened to NASA's research in space - utilizing the greatest technological achievement possible to unveil greater mysteries. So it stands to reason that Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, who illuminated The Dark Side of the Moon with its definitive versions of that classic album, will now unveil the The Planets...

Available July 27, 2004 on Ultradisc UHR™ hybrid multi channel SACD

For additional information visit:

Distributed in the USA by KOCH

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Coleman R. Brice
Director of Communications
Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
tel: (310) 995-MOFI

Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab

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