I am not sure I need a DPL-II encoder, but something compatible with matrix processors.
DVD-Audio discs: with DTS tracksDVD discs: with DTS tracksDTS-CD discs: CD with DTS encoded tracksDTS Audio encoded WAV files.
What application would you recommend that has a DPL-II "music" downmix mode from which I can monitor/record?
QuoteWhat application would you recommend that has a DPL-II "music" downmix mode from which I can monitor/record? Once you've decoded your DTS files to either 5.1 channel WAVs or 6 separate WAVs, you can downmix with any audio editor. Audacity should work. When I made my "fake" dolby surround file, I used GoldWave. (GoldWave is only 2-channel stereo so I made 6 seperate WAV files and mixed them into a new stereo file.)For decoding/monitoring, if you're lucky, your soundcard has a Pro Logic decoder. If not, you can run your soundcard output into a Home Theater recceiver. I don't believe there is any steering in the "music" mode. So, mixing should be easier.
In any case please let me know how you applied the phase to your wave files? I have no clue how you applied the phase.