"The one-dimensional concept of "louder is better" has already been mentioned; most mixes nowadays are "pushed" pretty hard (compressionwise) even before the mastering stage – maybe that can explain why the difference…"
"Your best bet would be to find an engineer/producer who's familiar with your genre and has had (proven) experience with recording bands you can relate to… Studio facilities and equipment hardly matters when working with the right people."
""The aim is to get kids who have been in care ready for independent living, but the kids are so indolent, violent, stupid and ignorant that Smith feels like he's helping create a generation of crooks and…"
"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…"
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