I can look at that Moog whenever you want, Some units had sealed filter
and oscillator modules that are almost impossible to service, but there's
no way to know without looking at it first. Call me to set up a time.
Considering buying a used tape machine off eBay or Craigslist? This meeting will tell you what to watch out for, questions to ask, and the care and feeding of your machine after you bring it home. Hosted by AES Nashville. Panelists will be Kerry Kopp, former director of Engineering for Emerald Studios. Randy Blevins, MCI. Terry Palmer, Otari. Steve Smith, Studer. I will be discussing tape suppliers, tape baking and other archival issues.This would be a great time for those who have used tape…See More
"Mike, Funny how nobody knows what a Mitsu X-800 is ! The early digital days
were VERY interesting. Check Mike Porter's post on Carlos Griers passing.
Not many of us "old school" guys still around. Hope to see you on Sept.…"
I've been doing Pro audio and the occasional Hammond or
other keyboard service since 1973. I'm currently installing a
Neve VR-60 console @ Soundshop studios in Nashville.
I specialize in older vintage tube and solid state audio gear.
This equipment was built to last, and with proper care, will
outlast any newer gear. A plug-in for a Fairchild 670 or an
LA-2a is a nice idea, but it won't have the same harmonic
warmth that the original gear had. Ever wonder why you need
analog processing to make the mic's used on your recordings sound like real music ? Always remember that our voices, our instruments, and our loudspeakers and our microphones are analog. Until the firewire/usb port installed into our brain is a reality, we live in an analog world. The translation from analog to digital is a function of your A/D to D/A conversion.
Higher sample rate helps, but the analog processing BEFORE the A/D converter is the secret to recording MUSIC.
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