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Analog Recording

Analog recording produces a warm, round sound. Digital is convenient, consistent, and reliable. However, for that extra punch, consider bringing analog recording equipment into your studio. Today, anyone with a halfway decent digital audio workstation (DAW) has the where-with-all to … Continue reading

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Analog Recorders; Tape width, number of tracks and speed

Through most of the 20th century, recordings were made on adevice called an analog tape recorder. The professional analog recorder has its own unique sound, described as warm, gutsy and raw. This retro-specialty tool is more expensive then digitally based … Continue reading

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Analog Soundboard

Consider the Toft Audio Designs ATB-32A (retails at $7750.00) an analog sound board designed by Malcom Toft. Mr. Toft is well known as the original designer of the Trident Series 80 console. Over the years, the Trident Series 80 console … Continue reading

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Analog or Digital, Which is Better

There have been many discussions on the merits and deficiencies of both analog and digital recording and reproduction of music. I believe that each have their place in today‚Äôs music scene. I was in the music business during the 70’s … Continue reading

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