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Recipient of Positive Feedback's Brutus Award in 2013 2014- 2015

"If you love DSD downloads as much as I do, but haven't yet heard of High Definition Tape Transfers, then brother, let me do you a big favor. Some of the best DSD downloads now available in classical music and jazz are coming from Bob Witrak and his operation over at HDTT." - David W. Robinson, Positive Feedback 

“Reasonably priced historic recordings, classical and jazz, transferred directly from reel-to-reel tape. There are many rarities here and the sound is gorgeous.” - Mark SwedLos Angeles Times: Arts & Culture 

"First, Bob Witrak continues to offer the world sonically superb transfers of great music into high resolution tracks and discs. Shining example: one of the great Mahler 9s, Otto Klemperer leading the new Philharmonia Orchestra in this 1967 interpretation." - George Witterschein, New Jersey Audio Society 

"Those wizards at Decca and HDTT have done it again; spell-binding from start to finish." - Dan Morgan, MusicWeb International - Recording of the Month 

"HDTT are at their devastating zenith when working from reel-to-reel tapes." - Rob Barnett, MusicWeb International

"Sound quality [of Music from Citizen Kane] is excellent. This is the second of two volumes released so far by HDTT which give an option to acquire the 4.0 version with its highly effective surround sound (which appeared on the original CDs in Dolby Surround), which sounds full and fat in its 24/192 presentation as reviewed." - Peter Joelson, Audiophile Audition 

"HDTT has cast its usual Harry Potter spell on the commercial reel – is it “remasteramus”? – presenting the recording [Bartok: Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta & George Solti: The Miraculous Mandarinin such satisfying high definition sound, reviewed here as 24-192 FLACs.  This is a valuable release, most especially for the Music for Strings." - Peter Joelson, Audiophile Audition   

"I sampled the surround version, four channels [of The Classic Film Scores of Franz Waxman] which really does take advantage of the medium. The depth of sound-stage and the orchestra in an accentuated arc make for some very exciting listening.  HDTT has waved its usual wand over the commercial reel and produced first-class sound, beefier than the CD release (which itself was encoded with Dolby surround) which belies its age of over forty years. Highly recommended for part of the cream of Hollywood history." - Peter Joelson, Audiophile Audition  

If you enjoy the Mercury Living Presence recordings of Howard Hanson with the Eastman Rochester Orchestra, this collection of Hansen’s short works and choral pieces will be equally entertaining. High Definition Tape Transfers did an excellent job with these recordings resulting in a sonic production that is first-rate." - Steven Plaskin,

"Listening to the saxophones [of The Greatest!! Count Basie Plays, Joe Williams Sings Standards] as they come in take you right back to the late 1950's. The sound sage is wide, filling the room with wall to wall jazz and there's plenty of air around the instruments. This is not a sterile studio recording, this is a very fine big band recording. One of my favorites." - Michael Lavorgna, 

Stravinsky: L'Histoire du Soldat (Ars Nova) Westminster/HDTT -- This may be the most impressive disc I've ever heard. Note its clarity, its transparency, its depth, its localization of instruments, its reach-out-and-touch-it realism. It's quite astonishing, actually.” - John J. Puccio, Classical Candor - The Reference Collection 

"The best of three RCA quads I recently auditioned is The Classic Film Scores of Franz Waxman. It’s a cliche but the sound really does seem to leap from the speakers. It’s lush, bold, brash and thoroughly captivating." Rad Bennett, RadsReferenceReviews  

"If you have any of Stokowski's RCA Wagner recordings, you might want to hear the same music remastered on this HDTT disc; it might impress you as much as it did me. Even the imported German RCA CD I used for comparison purposes, transferred using 24-bit/96kHz technology, didn't have the clarity of the HDTT disc." - John J. Puccio, Classical Candor