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Re: Non-digital 4-track recorder (reply)
A prime candidate for listing on eBay, Margaret, if ever I saw one. De-cluttering is the new black! Kev
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omeagerman

01/29/15 2:20 AM
Non-digital 4-track recorder (topic)
I have in my possession a Tascam 4 track recorder. It is not digital...it uses cassette tapes. It is in almost new condition. Perhaps, 5-6 years old. Probably less than 6 hours recording time. My question is this. Is it worth trying to...
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pmprunty2

01/29/15 1:22 AM
Re: D.I. box (reply)
It should, but it's really designed for Passive pickups rather than Active ones like yours: "The Gigpro is an all-discrete Class A single channel beltclip preamp that eliminates the need for active electronics on your prized instrument"....
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omeagerman

01/28/15 7:56 PM
D.I. Box (reply)
Thanks. I had not seen this box, but it should do the trick.
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stanpz

01/27/15 11:01 PM
Re: Pro Tools: New Free Version... yes, really (reply)
Andre, I have PT LE 8.0.3   I have resisted upgrading the OS on the mini because of incompatibilities in the more recent upgrades.  I think it's Mountain Lion.  I am in the same boat as you in "needs".   I usually do 2 tracks.  Back...
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Andre Guitar

01/27/15 4:03 AM
Re: Pro Tools: New Free Version... yes, really (reply)
>And, I agree about DP manuals..... I often wondered if the authors were in some room snickering "Let's see 'em figure THIS one out"... devil, indeed.< You have a product that's been out since the 1990s - parts of it earlier. You...
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MikeHalloran

01/27/15 2:47 AM
Re: what software to use? beginner needing help (reply)
You might want to look at this. http://www.acousticguitar.com/News-Features/Home-Recording-Basics
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nedley

01/27/15 1:39 AM
Re: Pro Tools: New Free Version... yes, really (reply)
Bill, I may also be there on the front lines alongside you! The most recent version of PT I have (on my old iMac) is PT LE 7. (Do you have a later version?) So I'll give that a try, assuming this new PT free from Avid is compatible with...
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willysunday

01/26/15 11:14 PM
It will certainly be nice if it opens ProTools LE sessions. (reply)
It will certainly be nice if it opens ProTools LE sessions. You didn't expect that you'd be on the front lines of this, did you? Bill, I may also be there on the front lines alongside you! The most recent version of PT I have (on my old...
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Andre Guitar

01/26/15 5:05 PM
Re: Pro Tools: New Free Version... yes, really (reply)
Bill, Unless Avid makes an announcement to that effect one way or the other, I think that you are the one who will have to tell us and not vise versa. It will certainly be nice if it opens ProTools LE sessions. You didn't expect that...
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MikeHalloran

01/26/15 4:30 PM
Re: Pro Tools: New Free Version... yes, really (reply)
Mike, thanks for the "heads-up" and links.Mike, and others.... a questionI had a bundle through Sweetwater with PT LE, a Mac Mini, and an M-Box 2 (DigitDesign).   I didn't use PT for a while and apparently missed the free upgrade to ( (I...
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willysunday

01/26/15 2:24 PM
Re: Pro Tools: New Free Version... yes, really (reply)
omeagerman wrote:Focusrite (Avid) have just announced that their audio interfaces "now include AAX Plug-Ins for FREE":-focusrite.com/perfect-partners"Focusrite introduce the Red 2 & Red 3 Plug-in Suite, featuring 64-bit AAX, AU, and...
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Andre Guitar

01/26/15 2:20 PM
Re: Pro Tools: New Free Version... yes, really (reply)
Focusrite (Avid) have just announced that their audio interfaces "now include AAX Plug-Ins for FREE":-focusrite.com/perfect-partners"Focusrite introduce the Red 2 & Red 3 Plug-in Suite, featuring 64-bit AAX, AU, and VST...
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omeagerman

01/26/15 12:48 PM
Re: what software to use? beginner needing help (reply)
What Andre said aboot Audacity. Easier to understand than Ableton, and decent results. I struggled with Ableton Live 9 Lite, and I've downloaded the trial version of Reaper which I'm getting on reasonably well with. I think a discounted...
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JayBee1404

01/25/15 9:06 PM
Re: what software to use? beginner needing help (reply)
You must be referring to the Ableton Lite freeware which came with your Focusrite purchase. You may want to give Audacity a try. It's freeware, and readily available for nearly all computer operating systems. From the little I've seen (I...
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Andre Guitar

01/25/15 6:28 PM
what software to use? beginner needing help (topic)
I had got some info on here some time back and purchased a focusrite 2i2 and a Tascam DR07. Also picked up a few mics 2 mulit pattern LD Condenser and 2 stick condenser. I have been playing around with them but don't know how to do...
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woodchoppersball

01/25/15 3:25 PM
Re: Pro Tools: New Free Version... yes, really (reply)
Thanks Mike, great heads- up!
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jdjango

01/25/15 3:08 PM
Re: Pro Tools: New Free Version... yes, really (reply)
PT dumped RTAS and those are no longer compatible (since version 9, I think). Newer versions support AAX only. A lot of Avid customers complain about this but it's not my issue. Some of my commercial plugs such as Izotope include AAX...
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MikeHalloran

01/24/15 7:40 PM
Re: Pro Tools: New Free Version... yes, really (reply)
Yea, if you only need up to 4 inputs at a time and a max of 16 channels, this could be good. Let us know what you think when it becomes available....Will do! I always got by with a maximum of 2 inputs at a time, so I'm thinking/hoping...
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Andre Guitar

01/24/15 3:08 PM
Re: Pro Tools: New Free Version... yes, really (reply)
Yea, if you only need up to 4 inputs at a time and a max of 16 channels, this could be good. Let us know what you think when it becomes available. There is a promised Time Stretch/Compression feature that, if it is good, will excite a...
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MikeHalloran

01/23/15 6:33 PM

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