Can anybody transfer 1" 24-track tape to digital?

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Can anybody transfer 1" 24-track tape to digital?

Post by the recluse » Wed Apr 13, 2011 7:34 am

I've got two reels of 1" 24-track tape that contain the entire recorded output of one of my old bands. We'd really like to have a crack at remixing it, but the studio we recorded it at disappeared ages ago, and we keep hitting brick walls on getting these things transferred to digital so we can work with it on our current system.

So, does anybody on here have the capability to transfer these things?

If so, how much would you charge for 2 33 minute reels?

Thanks!

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Post by kslight » Wed Apr 13, 2011 8:46 am

Did you try Mr. toad's?

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Re: Can anybody transfer 1" 24-track tape to digital?

Post by @?,*???&? » Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:03 am

the recluse wrote:I've got two reels of 1" 24-track tape that contain the entire recorded output of one of my old bands. We'd really like to have a crack at remixing it, but the studio we recorded it at disappeared ages ago, and we keep hitting brick walls on getting these things transferred to digital so we can work with it on our current system.

So, does anybody on here have the capability to transfer these things?

If so, how much would you charge for 2 33 minute reels?

Thanks!
The Fostex G24S appears to be the machine you seek.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtvOJlI15H8

You could always contact the person who posted this video...

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Post by DrummerMan » Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:09 am

http://www.sonicraft.com/

Steve is a stand up guy, and this is exactly what he does.

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Post by the recluse » Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:10 am

I did try Mr. Toad's - unfortunately, no dice.

The machine in the video is in New Zealand. I suspect shipping from Ohio to NZ would far exceed the budget I'm willing to spend.

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Post by the recluse » Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:12 am

Emailing SonicCraft now. Thanks!

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Re: Can anybody transfer 1" 24-track tape to digital?

Post by JeffT » Thu Jun 09, 2011 2:35 am

the recluse wrote:I've got two reels of 1" 24-track tape that contain the entire recorded output of one of my old bands. We'd really like to have a crack at remixing it, but the studio we recorded it at disappeared ages ago, and we keep hitting brick walls on getting these things transferred to digital so we can work with it on our current system.

So, does anybody on here have the capability to transfer these things?

If so, how much would you charge for 2 33 minute reels?

Thanks!
Not sure if you have finished this project, but you can also Call Dreamhire in NYC. they have a transfer department that handles it ALL... 212-691-5544
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Post by donny » Thu Jun 09, 2011 12:16 pm

DrummerMan wrote:http://www.sonicraft.com/

Steve is a stand up guy, and this is exactly what he does.
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Transferring 24 track one inch tapes

Post by davidollard » Thu Jun 09, 2011 9:34 pm

I'm a little late coming into the story, but I can also transfer 24T 1" tapes:

www.thinbrownline.com

I'm in Southern California.

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