Yeah sure, I'm not expecting magic, I'm looking for experimentation, fun and challenge.
I'm willing to pay a little 200$ to make my own idea of it. Maybe it will be a total
waiste of time and I know it won't help if I have shitty mic placement and bad recording
technic in the first place, it won't do "hey everything sounds great because I bounced to
tape". I'm not looking for the expensive kind of Revox tape either it's not the purpose
(my goal is no to "mix" to tape). I was curious to hear experiences in the use of some
specific domestic brand for bouncing tracks like drums and then back into the mix. Maybe I
should stick to some good plug-in as suggest, it will surely be more effective and even
more customizable. But there also maybe the attraction of trying something different.
Thanks for the warning and opinions.
Revisiting Obscure Film Music