Moving Real Surround Sound demonstrated in
“Peter and the Wolf” & “Carnival of the Animals” as retold by the owl

  • English version!
  • Moving Real Surround Sound (What is “Moving Real Surround Sound”?)
  • Total playing time (mmm:ss): 72:01
  • 5.1 standard channel order: front left – front right – center – subwoofer (not used) – surround left – surround right
  • 96 kHz, 24 bit. Format: Flac (lossless)
  • Download as zip file. Booklet (English) and cover images included
  • Size: 1.93 GB
  • Barcode: 4009850011422


“A brilliant demonstration! The animals from Prokofiev’s “Peter and the Wolf” and Saint-Saëns’ “Carnival of the Animals” come alive and move around the listener: the swan swims round in a circle, the elephant swings his trunk and the sparrow flutters from one corner to another. It is so fascinating you almost forget the excellent playing by the Polish Chamber Orchestra. […]” stereo

“Aquarium had me grinning. The Swan had me gobsmacked! How could anything sound so superb?” email of a customer

“Multichannel sound with a difference. Several times already, sound engineer Andreas Spreer has literally brought movement into the scores with his “Moving Real Surround Sound” and presented the instruments themselves in different arrangements around the listener. With “Peter and the Wolf” and the “Carnival of the Animals,” Spreer has now found excellent material for his idea. For the narrative element inherent in both works is simultaneously demonstrated and reinforced here. The animals from Prokofiev’s and Saint-Saens′ “stories” come alive and move: the swan swims once around the listener, the elephant stands in front of him and waves his trunk, the bird flies from tree to tree.(…)” (Crescendo)

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