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GooberNumber9
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Post by GooberNumber9 » Mon Jul 28, 2014 9:32 am

floid wrote:the first crappy drum sounds you get to tape and apply crazy eq to, compared to the first crappy sounds you get to a digital box and apply crazy effect presets to, will induce far less cringes when you listen back a few years down the line.
Everyone's different, I guess. I have almost the exact opposite experience from this.

When I was working with tape, which I never liked, I felt I got better overall sound using two stereo decks and a cheap Radio Shack mixer and bouncing back and forth over using one of the low-end four track tape decks. Not sure why now that I think about it. Maybe it was just a particularly bad four track.

CoffinAlex
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Post by CoffinAlex » Wed Jul 30, 2014 10:05 am

One more thing, if I buy a unit from USA the power specifications are different, 120V and 60 Hz in USA but 230V and 50Hz in Europe. I guess I can get a power adapter, but will the frequency difference be an issue?

L?Andratt
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Post by L?Andratt » Thu Aug 21, 2014 1:54 pm

Hi,
no problem with the freq difference,just get an adapter, it gets rectified to dc all the same (:

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