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  1. I would have never thought this would happen:a live recording of Bruce Springsteen released in DSD. Yes, really, a show including both Born in the USA and Born to Run, available for download in DSD. It is available here: live.brucespringsteen.net - Download Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band August 5, 1984, Brendan Byrne Arena, East Rutherford, NJ MP3 and FLAC The explanation is puzzling though: It suggests that the 24/192 and DSD downloads are two different mixes, both from the analog multitrack reels. It also kind of lets me think that the DSD transfer might not have benefited from the Plangent Process. An alternative way of understanding this description is that the DSD mix has been prepared using the 24/192 PCM digital versions of the multitrack reels. Of course, one option would be to buy both the DSD and the 24/192 downloads, but at almost $40 for the former and $25 for the latter, it is an expensive proposition. If anyone has listened to both, or knows which of the DSD or 24/192 is the closest to the analog tape ("closest" being defined as "involving the lowest number of conversions"), I would be very grateful for your views.
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