Giveaway: Pat Metheny's The Orchestrion Project on Blu-ray

Back in June we got to check out the premiere of guitar legend Pat Metheny's unique new concert film, The Orchestrion Project, featuring Pat performing "solo" - with an orchestra of robots, captured in glorious 7.1 (and 3D) by director/producer brothers Pierre and François Lamoreux. 

Well, the film's come to Blu-ray - and not just in Dolby TrueHD 7.1, but with the company's new Advanced 96k Upsampling feature, to deliver lossless audio - no extra hardware required - of the highest possible quality along with the pristine visuals. And we've got a couple of copies to give away.

And all you've got to do is leave a comment below. This week's topic: Do you purchase music-related films on Blu-ray? Concerts, documentaries, whatever - tell us what you're interested in, and what motivates to spend your entertainment dollars on visual music - surround mixes, access to live performances not available in other formats, or whatever else. And don't forget to mention what you've picked up lately. And if not, do you rent or watch streams? Let us know - no wrong answers here, as usual, so long as you address the topic somehow.

Want some inspiration? Listen to Pat talk about the Orchestrion:

Two lucky winners will be chosen randomly from among those who leave on-topic comments, and each of will receive one copy of Pat Metheny: The Orchestrion Project on Blu-ray. No anonymous commenters, we need a valid name and e-mail contact address to inform you of your win. We'll take entries until midnight EST on Thursday, October 25th, 2012, and notify the winner via e-mail by Friday, October 26th.

Good luck!

All - just to reiterate. I see a lot of anonymous commenters here. If you're having trouble logging in, please let us know! We've got no way to contact you if you leave an anonymous comment.

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