DARKEST HOUR Guitarist's Instructional DVD Available For Digital Download

DARKEST HOUR guitarist Kris Norris has added an option to buy his instructional DVDs for direct digital download in iPod MP4 format optimized for TV viewing. Each DVD costs $10. The main difference between the digital version and the DVD edition is that the DVD is sold as a DVD-ROM which contains the booklet and extras, including previously unreleased songs featured throughout the DVDS and two subtitle tracks. Within the coming weeks, two more versions will be available a DivX file, for those who would like to encode it at their own specifications; and a ratDVD file, which for those unfamiliar is an exact copy of the DVD in one file playable on most media players without the use of a DVD or for those who would like to burn their own copies.

Commented Norris: "Recently I had a huge order go out and was lost in the mail and it's not being covered, so I'm still in the process of re-sending out replacements. After taking the money loss and due to increase in postage from higher gas prices, I decided to try and go this digital route and hopefully it works out. The iPod MP4 files are a tester to see how its received and if all goes well I'll add the different file formats for people to pick and choose which version they'd like to receive. I'm in the process of working on a DVD version which is a stand-alone executable of the DVD."


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