Fans of Severed Head have noted that they absolutely love the new mixes on this 20-song compilation which sees classic tracks mixed into 7.1.2 Dolby Atmos by Tom Ellard. Clearly that is a long way off from popping cassettes into ones beat-up Walkman, which may even have had an appetite for batteries and tapes when several of these tracks were originally released. A couple notable tracks include “Casey's Ion” and “Big Car Retread,” which accompany the remaining early techno dance groove infused pieces.
When immersive listeners order this download that includes 20 tracks from original releases remastered in 7.1.2 Dolby Atmos, they also will receive a Binaural version too. Just peak inside the digital PDF booklet for the MP4 link, tech help, and even a Q&A. Original mixes by Robert Racic, Paul Mac, Garry Bradbury and Tom Ellard.
Please note that the Binaural tracks provide a surround experience on headphones only, and instead listeners will only realize an expanded stereo image when played through speakers. Another tip, Apple OSX requires the latest operating system, a Silicon processor and Apple branded headphones for full experience. iPhone requires iPhone 7 and above, latest iOS and Apple branded headphones. Likewise, Windows 10/11 requires the most recent Microsoft Media Player, plus an optional purchase of Dolby Access from the Windows Store is reported to improves the sound quality.
released January 14, 2023
Download MP4 Dolby Atmos 48kHz / 24-bit 7.1.2 file, plus Binaural stereo file. Also available for streaming.
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About the Author
Wesley is a lifelong music enthusiast. He started his career in the recording industry in New York City as an audio engineer, producer, and studio manager. Subsequently he toured across America as a guitarist with the short-lived band Land's Crossing. After many years in the technology sector and amassing a substantial vinyl and CD collection, he delved into immersive audio and created Hi-Res Edition to share with other listeners about the sound quality and discrete mixes available on many formats. He recently upgraded his system to 7.1.4 Dolby Atmos and continues to seek out and share about the best sounding releases.