"Ask Sal at Ocean Way. Don't think he'll do it, but if anybody can, he can probably point you in the right direction!
However, I'd be willing to bet one of the EEPROMs gave up the ghost. It may be problematic to find someone who can…"
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
45 years experience in all aspects of pro audio recording and production, and acoustic design. I now operate a CD mastering studio and overdub/mix room in a log house in the Williamson County woods. Partnered with young'un engineer Joseph Logsdon and his ProTools rig. He also helps the old man with the keyboard shortcuts. PT HD3, SADiE, Samplitude, and others. With my consultant hat on, I specialize in small room acoustics and control rooms, especially home project studios. Website is not up to date. Audio Engineer for Orchestra Nashville. AES member since 1968, My earlier experiences include lacquer disk mastering, 35 and 16mm film mixing, kinescope creation, serious remote audio recording with 40' semi-rig now owned by David Habegger of Watermark. . Did major jingles in the Chicago market in the early 80s. Got some stuff to hang on the walls. I still miss 3M-996 and my MTR-90s, but now do most things in the box. Too many takes, too many edits, too many tools, too many plugins. Too few singers and musicians! And I really miss live rhythm sections. (Larrie Londin, David Hungate, Shane Keister, Reggie Young, Farrell Morris, David Huntsinger, Vic Clay, Terry McMillan) Some are still here; some are over there.