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Jerry Rasmussen 24 Aug 03 - 06:58 PM
Bonnie Shaljean 24 Aug 03 - 07:25 PM
Amos 24 Aug 03 - 07:37 PM
open mike 24 Aug 03 - 07:39 PM
Jerry Rasmussen 24 Aug 03 - 07:57 PM
GUEST,emschoen 03 Jan 05 - 04:03 PM
George Seto - af221@chebucto.ns.ca 03 Jan 05 - 05:19 PM
George Seto - af221@chebucto.ns.ca 03 Jan 05 - 05:21 PM
Gudrun Miller 03 Jan 05 - 06:57 PM
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Subject: Home Recording
From: Jerry Rasmussen
Date: 24 Aug 03 - 06:58 PM

This isn't a request for information, or lyrics, or an observation on the mysteries of life. I just wanted to share a website with those who are interested in doing home recording. It is, simply enough, homerecording.com. I discovered the site a few weeks ago, and it has been invaluable! I was interested in purchasing a professional quality studio mike, and also needed advice on which micke cables and guitar cables were considered best. I posted three threads, asking for advice, and was deluged with good, generous advice. As a result of all the help I received, I just purchased an Audio Technica 4047 microphone, a monster mike cable and a Planet Waves cord for my electric guitar (which improved the quality on my guitars and amplifiers beyond imagination! If those names are unfamiliar to you, they were to me too, three weeks ago. I know that I will be going to this site whenever I have any questions about using my 8 track digital recording equipment (and I know I will have plenty of questions.) If you are novice, like me... or even very experienced, this is a wonderful website.

I just wanted to share it with you.

Jerry


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Subject: RE: Home Recording
From: Bonnie Shaljean
Date: 24 Aug 03 - 07:25 PM

Thanks for the heads up - I've just bookmarked it. Great site.


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Subject: RE: Home Recording
From: Amos
Date: 24 Aug 03 - 07:37 PM

Here's a blicky..

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Subject: RE: Home Recording
From: open mike
Date: 24 Aug 03 - 07:39 PM

did i answer your original thread?
if not here is what i have discovered recently:
Marantz/Superscope (now 2 different companies-
but until recently they were one.) has a couple
of recorders. One, called the CDR300, records directly
onto a compact disc, and has a battery which makes
it possible to use in remote applications (away from
110 volt power source.)
Another unit, the super scope (*do not have model number
right now) has 2 built-in disc compartments so you can
copy form one to the other. it does not use a battery,
as it requires plug-in power. This model also is able to
1) speed up or slow down the play back, without changing pitch.
and 2) alter the pitch as much as an octave above or below
the tone on the recording.
It is designed for practicing with so a passage can be
repeated or altered in order to learn the notes.


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Subject: RE: Home Recording
From: Jerry Rasmussen
Date: 24 Aug 03 - 07:57 PM

Thanks, open mike. I don't even remember an original thread :-) I bought a Zoom, 8 track digital recorder which has a built-in mixer so that you can mix down and burn directly to a built-in cd burner. I bought this particular recorder because you can record up to 6 tracks simultaneously, and you can record up to ten takes on each track, and then use the best one. The equipment you described sounds great if you are doing on-site recording. I'm setting up a small studio at home, though, and will be recording there. But, I'm always glad to hear of new stuff..

Jerry


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Subject: RE: Home Recording
From: GUEST,emschoen
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 04:03 PM

Does anybody know how to bounce tracks on a Tascam 424 MK II?


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Subject: RE: Home Recording
From: George Seto - af221@chebucto.ns.ca
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 05:19 PM

You might find what you're looking for at:

at the Home Recording Site.


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Subject: RE: Home Recording
From: George Seto - af221@chebucto.ns.ca
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 05:21 PM

This might help too. There's a manual for the MKIII at 424 MkIII Manual in PDF


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Subject: RE: Home Recording
From: Gudrun Miller
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 06:57 PM

Have been doing ammataeur home recording with my dad as producer. We did it on the computer with some software off the web. We can't figure out how to mix two tracks together. Can anybody give us hints?


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Subject: RE: Home Recording
From: Amos
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 07:32 PM

Mara:

You need to talk specifics -- what kind of software are you using to record? What sort of system do you use? The general answer, if you have to monaural tracks, is to import them as the L&R tracks of a stereo file and then adjust the voumes and tones until you like the way they sound together. You can then save it as a stereo file or you can save it as a blended single track. All this depends on what software you are using and what file types it can handle.

A


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Subject: fostex d-80 hardrives
From: GUEST,boston
Date: 04 Feb 05 - 04:24 PM

anyone know any sites that sell hard drives for the fostex d-80


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Subject: RE: Home Recording
From: DonMeixner
Date: 04 Feb 05 - 05:02 PM

Boston,

Just Google Foxtex D-80. The first hit has a review of theat device and susequent sites mention sales.
I am on my way to a local studio to pick up a master of my band, I'll ask there for you too.

Don


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