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Old 06-14-2018, 08:45 PM
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I cut my teeth on Otari decks in the mid & late '80s. I've always had a fondness for those. Then in my 2nd year of college I was allowed to play in the "big" room & used a 24 track Studer. That was really nice too.

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Old 06-15-2018, 05:17 AM
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Bob, do you realize what nerds we are?
Oh, I've been called worse. When I got started, knowing your medium was the only way to stay alive. These days I'm the only one in the house who knows how to operate analog gear.


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Steve, I spent many hours on MX5050 decks back in college. It pains me that Studer decided to get out of the analog business on a Friday and the CEO sent guys into the warehouse to breakup all the parts stock before they could change their minds. What a waste!


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sherman, set the wayback machine!

as usual, bob, very interesting info about how it used to be. thanks,

i still have a teac 3340 and a 2340 but they are in the garage and i can't lift them!!


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sherman, set the wayback machine!
as usual, bob, very interesting info about how it used to be. thanks,
i still have a teac 3340 and a 2340 but they are in the garage and i can't lift them!!
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My home studio in '80 was based around a 3440, the next generation of the same. It was heavy, wasn't it?


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