The geek in me sometimes gets to explore music technology while hosting the podcast. I was familiar with DTS in movies (remember the dino sounds in Jurassic Park?), but had vague ideas about DTS audio. So last summer, when Subhashish Chatterjee from Kolkata, India was displaying at a convention DTS audio albums produced by his company Basss Music (RM), I was curious. The titles were great, the packaging neat and there was the DTS logo on the album covers - finally Indian Music in DTS format! (Read details about DTS technology here).
So next day, Subhashish and I sat down in a coffee shop and discussed about DTS technology, compared with Dolby Surround and about his young company’s plan to produce quality titles from India. Listen to the full interview in the player below.
To listen to samples from the albums, listen to the Awaaz Anjane podcast.
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