HUNNIA RECORDS & FILM PRODUCTION

WHERE THE MUSIC PLAYS


FROM STUDIO RECORDING TO THE HOME REPRODUCTION

In our studio – named Supersize Recording – we have an Ampex ATR-124 for pure analog recordings. We use it in a 24 tracks configuration. Mixing on SSL 4024G console and mastering paralel to Studer A80 and Merging Hapis (at DSD256 resolution).
The most important thing for me is the feeling of joy caused by the sounding. Sometimes, the music being played becomes secondary. This can be some kind of ancient feeling because there is so many types of music the value of which are not given by its beauty or its intellectual content but their acoustic effects. These music have an effect like a good food, a fine wine or the feeling of sunshine on my skin. You can notice that our albums are very diverse. I am not a planner type. What grabs me, what I fall in love with, becomes a recording. It is painfully beautiful in music that it exists in the moment; what has been heard cannot be heard again in the same way. This is why it is important to record music and theater productions because they are volatile treasures, not like books or movies.

Róbert Zoltán Hunka
Producer

AUDIO & VIDEO RECORDING
24 channel analog – Ampex ATR
60 channel 192/24 – ProTools
24 channel DSD256 – Merging Hapis and Anubis
4 separated rooms with SSL 4024G, or AMEK Media 51 recording consoles with Rupert Neve EQ and Preamps
Steinway D, Rhodes, Yamaha CP pianos,
vintage guitars and amps,
Sonor Signature - Lite - Phonic, Ludwig, Yamaha Recording Custom drums, Paiste, Turkish cymbals,

PUBLISHING
CD – LP – BLURAY – DVD – DSD AUDIO FILES

HIGH–END AUDIO DISTRIBUTION
Dynaudio, Harbeth, Living Voice, Plinius, Alluxity, Sugden, Lavardin, NuPrime, Helius Design, Triode Lab, Atacama Audio, Black Rhodium Cables

DOWNLOAD DSD AUDIO FILES:
https://www.nativedsd.com/label/hunnia-records/

At Hunnia Records we are dedicated to present our artist’s vision in its purest form, at the best quality possible. With the implementation of DSD256 recording system we are able to capture analogue signals with extreme accuracy in a digital domain. But what is DSD technology? DSD (Direct Stream Digital) was originally developed by Sony in 1995 to archive its analog master tapes in a cost-effective way. The analog-to-digital converters implementing the new delta-sigma modulator at the time made the DSD format possible. In the process, a 1-bit data stream is is first generated from the analog signal via pulse density modulation (PDM). For a PDM signal, the amplitude at a given sampling rate is not encoded in discrete values, but rather the relative density of the pulses (1 and 0) corresponds to the amplitude of the analog signal, which tells you that the current sample of the analog waveform has a larger or lower amplitude compared to the previous one. In the DSD256, the sampling frequency exceeds 11.2896MHz, it samples 11.2896 million times per second, which is several hundred times the CD quality. However, the DSD format is limited due to 1-bit encoding, and with current technology, it is not possible to perform post-processing without first converting it to PCM and then back to DSD again. For this reason, our intention is to record each performance in the best possible way, so that the recording does not have to be changed during post-production. This way we can offer you the purest form of audio as it was recorded. In genres like classical or jazz, where the recording environment, the acoustics of the space, and the faithful capture of each player’s abilities and styles are key to creating an overall impact, DSD is really showing its benefits. It accurately captures even the smallest details of music, providing a true and natural listening experience.
Gábor Halász
Sound engineer

DOWNLOADS
Collection Book, Booklets, High-End price lists…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fm0idr38fh804u4/AACq_KRgSWKEUo-7G8cskBC4a?dl=0