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Tuesday, 01 October 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Prince's production company, Paisley Park Enterprises, is suing Matthew Lankford, the operator of the website FreeMyHeart.com claiming that the site allegedly offered pirated recordings of Prince’s live performances from his "Xenophobia" concert tour. The website is actually a Me’Shell Ndegeocello tribute site however the lawsuit claims that the site allowed users to download Prince songs that included "specific information describing which day the unauthorized recording of the 'Xenophobia' concert took place."
Wednesday, 25 September 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Creative Technology Ltd. announced several key breakthroughs in PC audio with the introduction of the new Sound Blaster® Audigy™ 2 sound cards. Millions of PC users who have a DVD-ROM drive on their PC can use the Sound Blaster Audigy 2 to experience Advanced Resolution™ DVD-Audio with 24-bit/192kHz sound quality.
Friday, 30 August 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
A source close to AudioRevolution.com says that today BMG agreed to support DVD-Audio for their upcoming high resolution music releases. Multiple phone calls were made to BMG’s New York and LA offices but we were not able to confirm the news possibly due to the upcoming holiday weekend.
Saturday, 29 June 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
The high resolution audio format war continues with no clear cut winner as of the summer of 2002. Sony is making strides in the world of tasty SACD stereo titles geared towards Baby Boomers and audiophiles. Warner Brothers (WEA) remains focused on 5.1 mixes for music which appeals more to home theater enthusiasts and the GenX-GenY audience. No matter which side of the fence you are on (that’s assuming you have picked sides – yet), if you ask consumers, almost all of them say the same thing. They want to see more worthwhile high resolution recordings hit the shelves before they get started with a new music collection.
Tuesday, 28 May 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Minnetonka Audio Software announced the release of discWelder STEEL, a basic DVD-Audio writing program that allows pro and consumer users to deliver high-resolution audio from his or her own PC, at the price of $495. With discWelder STEEL, the user can import all Linear PCM formats supported in the DVD-A specification, including non-encoded / uncompressed surround (consisting of up to 6 channels of 24-bit, 48KHz audio), and/or high-resolution stereo (two channels of 24-bit, 192KHz audio). Surround and stereo tracks may be used on the same disc, in WAV or AIFF file format, and a discWelder-burned disc will play on any DVD-A player that supports DVD-R.
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