Mara Machines founder Chris Mara has been restoring MCI tape machines for years. Now, he’s dragging them into...
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A friend of mine has a couple of old stereo tape reels which he'd like to transfer to CD. I've seen stereo reel-to-reel tape machines for sale and I'm considering investing in one, probably a Studer or a Revox, not only to help out my friend, but also because I'm interested in experimenting with tape loops and tape saturation effects. Are old machines by these manufacturers reliable?
Back in 1986-7, there was an ad for an amazing and inexpensive technique which, it claimed, added many more audio tracks to your eight-track reel-to-reel tape machine. How did it work?
Could you explain the subtle differences between all the different variants of Dolby — A, B, C, HX and SR?
French magnetic tape company Mulann have announced a brand new identity for its pro audio lines. The company owns...