JamSync Masters Audio for DVD “Hoopful of Hope”
Written by K. K. Proffitt   
Friday, 02 February 2001

(Nashville)   JamSync’s Chief Audio Engineer, K.K. Proffitt, mastered and Dolby-Digital-encoded the 5.1 sound track for the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame DVD  "Hoopful of Hope".  “We had to do quite a bit of tweaking to get the AC3 file to sound like the original”, said Proffitt, “but when we were finished, the producer couldn’t determine any difference between the discrete tracks and the encoded version.”  

The DVD is the first exhibit in the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame http://www.wbhof.com.   "Hoopful of Hope" is presented continuously in the Hall of Fame’s State Farm Theater.  

The 15-minute DVD recounts the history of women's basketball all the way from 1892, when Senda Berenson first adapted Dr. Naismith's original rules to make the game more "ladylike" for her students at Smith College, to the present and the WNBA.