Further adding to the previous release of all Pink Floyd releases from the departure of Roger Waters in 360 Reality Audio. Fans of David Gilmour’s solo work can now celebrate that the guitarist is offering his 2015 ‘Rattle That Lock” album in a brand new 360 Sony Reality Audio mix.
Gilmour, after recently releasing several live shows and his albums ‘On An Island‘, ‘David Gilmour‘ and ‘About Face‘, earlier this year for the first time in High Resolution quality via HDtracks, now returns to share his latest studio work, ‘ Rattle That Lock ‘ but the novelty is that he does so in this time in a 360º Reality Audio version.
‘Rattle That Lock‘ was Gilmour’s fourth studio album, released in September 2015. The album was mixed on David’s studio houseboat the Astoria, with mastering for the vinyl edition done by James Guthrie and Joel Plante . The cover design was done by Dave Stansbie under the direction of Aubrey Powell, who has worked alongside Storm Thorgeson with Pink Floyd since the late 1960s.
What is 360º Reality Audio
360 Reality Audio is the surround sound created by Sony to create a sensation to the listener that he is listening to a band in front of him, with sound stimuli that come from different points and perspectives, intensities … In addition to Sony, they are beginning to other labels such as Universal and Warner offer this sound experience. They define it as “360 degree music listening experience”.
The listener feels as if they are in the recording studio or at a live concert. To enhance the experience, it is recommended to use good headphones.