March 2nd, 2004
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I've received about ten of these tonight !
Anyway, I just visited her site, which I haven't done for a while, and noticed that Vespertine has also just been released in the other newfangled format, SACD. It's no big deal, since both will likely coexist and you can get a player at Best Buy that will play them both for about $130, but this is also like the quadraphonic format wars of the 70s, where you had discrete, matrix, QS, SQ, and so on. The fortunate thing now is that we're in the digital age, and give or take a few licensing fees, the chaos can be tamed with DSP chips and software.