Greetings fellow TGPers, I've been recording and composing songs and soundscapes using ProTools LE (v7.0) for the past couple years. Recently, I mixed a couple projects each onto two separate CDs for the purpose of listening in quasi-quadrophonic sound (i.e. two stereo mixed CDs played simultaneously). Naturally, this was inspired by The Flaming Lips' Zaireeka, which is a four CD album (all meant to be played simultaneously) released in 1997 before today's surround formats were available. This is all well and good. I love listening to my atmospheric, meditative sitar and guitar compositions in poor man's quadrophonic sound, but I'd like to take it to the next level. So I seek wisdom from the collective knowledge that is The Gear Page: How can I do this? Can I purchase software to mix in Dolby 5.1 surround? Blu-ray surround? Other? Must I go to a professional studio? How expensive would it be to print audio DVDs or Blu-ray discs? Should I contact Neil Young and ask him? I mostly create music for my own listening pleasure. Lately however, I started playing sitar out in public more, and people insist on purchasing my music. They are disappointed to find that I have none to sell. I'd rather not distribute my music via CDs. Two systems played in stereo do not always keep syncopation well. Most people don't have two stereo systems sitting in one way place. On top of that, the compact disc is a dying format anyway. Internet searches on the topic have not been fruitful. Any of your help will be met with great appreciation. I hate to deprive my few fans of the listening pleasure.