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    Also a testament to how busy studios were in the...

    Also a testament to how busy studios were in the 90s. Build a block box and they will come. The equipment rental business was in full swing too, delivering gear to the block boxes.
  2. Thread: Fs Ooops.

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    It really isn't necessary to consolidate and...

    It really isn't necessary to consolidate and import settings. You can get it done by doing a "save copy in" at the correct (new) sample rate, then unchecking the SRC. That will keep everything as...
  3. To do this in Protools, you can create a new 48k...

    To do this in Protools, you can create a new 48k session and import everything from the 44.1 session into it - being sure to uncheck "apply SRC".
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    One way to password protect a file is to put it...

    One way to password protect a file is to put it in an encrypted disk image.

    In Disk Utility, select File > New > Blank Disk Image. Select the size you want, and turn on Encryption. When you...
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    Even when EA isn't cutting it sonically, I've had...

    Even when EA isn't cutting it sonically, I've had luck by duplicating all the tracks and putting EA on the duplicate to play around with. Then when I was happy, I'd go back and match that model with...
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    I've done a bit of research on this, and the...

    I've done a bit of research on this, and the consensus seems to be that currently PT would benefit more from the speed than from the cores. But, as PT progresses as an app (64bit, etc), the cores...
  7. Thread: Mac/PT mystery

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    We had this exact same problem on an elderly G4....

    We had this exact same problem on an elderly G4. After just putting up with it for many many months (during which time the PSU had been replaced for other reasons), the system drive's smart status...
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    The main functional differences that I remember...

    The main functional differences that I remember are that 80Cs have full EQ and long throw faders on the monitor side, and provide for normaling 2 sets of 24track returns (tape A and B). Seems like...
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    Shakers, and especially tambourine. I find them...

    Shakers, and especially tambourine. I find them much easier to sit in the track when recorded M/S.
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    Sometimes called an Orchestration. Some fun...

    Sometimes called an Orchestration. Some fun photos here.
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    FWIW, I have had PT's consolidate audio introduce...

    FWIW, I have had PT's consolidate audio introduce pops and ticks in a rendered file. It's only happened once in the past 15 years. The problem persisted, but was resolved with a simple computer...
  12. Thread: I Am So Board

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    I believe you're thinking about Auditronics.

    I believe you're thinking about Auditronics.
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    econ 001

    Perhaps include a unit on the economic realities of being a small business (or self-employed) in the 21st century. The recording job market, how business is generated, taxes, liabilities,...
  14. Thread: Digi EOSS

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    Unfortunate about power PC thing. The "new...

    Unfortunate about power PC thing. The "new thing" will have to be very powerful to retire every G5.
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    I'm guessing you are wanting to use the ADAT outs...

    I'm guessing you are wanting to use the ADAT outs to save buying another interface. Another option would be to buy an inexpensive ADAT>analog convertor and then invest in an analog system. IIRC, the...
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    from...

    from http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/jun05/articles/classictracks.htm
  17. Thread: Demeter VTMP-2

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    My experience with these is that they can sound...

    My experience with these is that they can sound very good if you don't overdrive the front end. A dynamic singer on a higher output mic can eat one up pretty quickly. Nice robust sound though.
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    Absolutely heartbreaking. ...

    Absolutely heartbreaking.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUXCaXSTmns
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    Wow... good call.

    Wow... good call.
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    I used to work a lot at a studio in Memphis that...

    I used to work a lot at a studio in Memphis that had been built by Bill Black in the 60s that had two non-parallel walls covered with that stuff from chair rail level up to the ceiling. Both in the...
  21. 4gig sticks of 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM are much more...

    4gig sticks of 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM are much more expensive than 2 gig sticks, and the imac must only have two slots. A pair of 4s cost $600+ pretty much anywhere (this week at least).
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    I stumbled onto this the other day... may be old...

    I stumbled onto this the other day... may be old news

    http://www.musicpi.com/page/page/5830194.htm
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    One thing to remember about the Behringer is that...

    One thing to remember about the Behringer is that it is not touch sensitive. If you like to use touch, latch, or trim automation it's probably not the way to go.
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    Interesting! What year was this?

    Interesting! What year was this?
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    Poll: One reason I record at 96/88.2 is that as I...

    One reason I record at 96/88.2 is that as I travel around town a vast majority of studios use Digi192s for their conversion, and I prefer the sound of those particular convertors when they're running...
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