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October 25, 2014 09:16AM
Radio Animal Wrote:
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> Now we have great wave editors, but analog tape
> cutting still has a special sound when I hear old
> productions.
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Your homegrown looping machine is a great piece of creative engineering, Boomer! I also remember doing everything the hard way (and all on second hand consumer-grade equipment) producing Radio Garbanzo so many years ago. I do have to admit however, to being in love with the digital editors (Audacity is my personal fave). I still keep my splicing block and grease pencil in the studio but only for nostalgia. Both of my old reel-to-reel decks are TUBE machines, and I no longer maintain them. Times change. But I agree with you - analog, if one has the ears to hear it, will always sound differently. Analog has an infinite sampling rate and samples at an infinite bitrate. "Lossless" wav files have "lost" infinite amounts of information by comparison. Personally I can't hear the difference, but I blame that on working around noisy construction equipment for way too many years...
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