Free DSD Album Download
Celebrating the 2016 Melbourne International HiFi Show, NativeDSD.com is offering a free DSD album download until the end of July 2016.
Containing a variety of music from jazzy Bossa Nova to classical Symphony Orchestra, the album contains a selection of DSD (64fs, Stereo & Multichannel) material and is offered completely free of charge.
Marc Rushton, Director of the International HiFi Show said:
The International HiFi Show Melbourne is a big supporter of the audio format Direct Stream Digital (DSD) and this year many exhibitors will showcase their DSD-capable Players & DACs.
In partnership with NativeDSD.com – the largest DSD content provider and available worldwide, we thought it would be great to promote DSD music at our show. The result: we were asked to create our own DSD album. Four record labels – Navis Classics, Just Listen, Sketti Sandwich Productions and Channel Classics Records – gave us a carte blanche to pick our favourite tracks!
NativeDSD.com is also home to 39 other record labels, with more labels joining them all the time. NativeDSD will soon reach the 1000 DSD Albums milestone. In the meantime the amount of DSD-friendly DACs & Players is growing rapidly too.
We hope you will enjoy this custom made HiFi Show Melbourne DSD album called: "Our Favourite DSD Tracks" — and if you do, make sure you visit their site for more.
To take advantage of this offer, simply head over to NativeDSD.com/Melbourne and use the code MELB-DSD at checkout.
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