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thevulcan
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Tape Mastering Questions

Post by thevulcan » Thu Feb 13, 2014 9:28 pm

Hey all, have been sneaking through the Tape Op forums for awhile and thought it was about time to make myself known and get an account.

Quick bit about myself, i am a the fairly typical "no budget, big ideas" 21 year old musician. I put out my first single about a month ago which garnered a bit of attention, so i put together a live band, and am about to record a follow up ep.

Check it out here if you would like some context for my question: http://violetswells.bandcamp.com

Im still learning when it comes to tracking, mixing, and songwriting, but prefer learning from experience. I've splashed out on a few new bits of gear (still nothing fancy, just some Joe Meeks pre's and Rode mics), but when it comes to mastering i would love to transfer to tape.

Just wondering if any of you guys transfer mixes (for a fee of course), and if its worth doing before sending it off to be mastered, or if it ends up being detrimental.

Thanks!

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Post by drumsound » Thu Feb 13, 2014 10:09 pm

I can transfer mixes to a wonderful sounding Studer A80. I'd of course, print tones so it can be sent to mastering house. PM me.

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Post by chris harris » Fri Feb 14, 2014 7:28 am

Great stuff! I look forward to hearing more!

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Post by thevulcan » Fri Feb 14, 2014 3:15 pm

chris harris wrote:Great stuff! I look forward to hearing more!
Thanks Chris, glad you enjoy it!

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