"I got one of them and it is pretty cool! It cuts a lot of frequencies on the low end but it has a nice lo-fi sound with a little clip if you turn the volume you got on the mic itself.
If you put it trough and old tube preamp then you got the kind of…"
Actually you will probably be able to find someone who does 100% analog if you look for it.
Ask the guys who do the mastering/writing on the lathe - they're the guys who really do your vinyl mastering and if the guy knows what he's…"
"I figure I'll invest in something that will make my life a little easier after the recording stage. A digital mixdown option is sounding like a better option than the 2 track machine Then I can just throw the songs on Cd and send it over to the…"
"Yeah – try a mixdown to your 7.5 ips Teac... it might be perfectly adequate for your needs. If not, you'll still have your 8-track takes.
Still, you might want to consider some sort of future solution for transfer to the digital…"
"Sorry, missed your reply, and was unsuccessful at editing my own... 15 ips is fine, and actually some engineers preferred/prefer 15 over 30, for supposed better low-end response.
And yes, 7.5 sounds a bit scant... transfer to digital (24 bit) will…"
"Currently have a Mac-based 16-track ProTools rig, but worked on a 15 ips (/7.5) 16-track 1/2" Tascam (msr16) in the nineties, and still have my old 8-track Tascam 688 (compact-cassette format!) which apparently runs 13 3/4 ips... both worked…"
"I haven't started recording yet. Basically, I am in the planning process, getting my ducks in a row.
That tascam recorder looks pretty cool. However, I couldn't find any specs on it. I'd like a high sampling rate so I can get a…"
"This little thing, http://tascam.com/product/dp-03/is really cool. Tascam dp-03. Its a little digital 8 track, and has mix down options.
Do you already have the recording done or are you looking to start from scratch?
So I posted a month or two ago about hitting the studio only to find out that many producers/engineers in my area don't get what I'm going for. If you want something done right, sometimes you just gotta do it yourself. So, I purchase this 8 track monster, the Tascam 80-8, an analog 1/2" tape deck. The beast weighs at least as much as it's model number, maybe more. I then get a Tascam Model 5 mixer. Another monster, I now think I need a bigger house. So, I'm looking at my setup only to realize I…See More
Garage rock doesn't cut it. Attic rock is more fitting: rock churned out from an attic littered with vinyl records of Robert Johnson, The Gun Club, and Gene Vincent; an attic saturated with the sound of old tape machines, the smell of tube amps, and the images of inflicted voodoo dolls; an attic haunted by the ritualistic channeling of gritty guitars, crying yelps, and guttural bass and drums. Like an out-of-control freight train teetering on the tracks between right and wrong, here is Krowe.
Sorry for slowness of response. Yes, The Cave is cool and cozy. My 60's band, Thee Dirtybeats, played there Friday night. Nice show I thought, but severely impacted by the many other cool bands playing elsewhere in town the same evening.
"seems like a mosaic of horror movies here and there:faces of death,starting almoust on 3:48 minute and people looking like zombies in the middle of the road,they have resembled Oliver Stone`s film "Natural born killers",and a man,dressed…"
Racey Roller - Giuda Blue Jeans & White T-Shirts - The Gaslight Anthem The End Of Our Road - Gladys Knight & The Pips Anthrax - Gang Of Four Up The Punks - Ghost Mice Nerve Mountain - The Goodnight Loving Black Tequila - Ghostface Killah Puppet On A String - Gino Washington Down At The Harbour - Gallon Drunk Let The…See More
"NAUGHT TO DO WITH SXSW , BUT , I THINK "HEY HAMBURGER PIMP" MIGHT BE THE BEST NAME ON THIS THING , TO DATE.
"Well...If it is'nt my old friend , The Hamburger Pimp."
"Man , you better watch who you fuckin'…"
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