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    Thumbs up TASCAM M-30 M30 manual in pdf

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    Hey guys,

    Finally was able to put together a pdf file of the manual. It was quite a challenge but the results, I think, turned out quite good.

    I skimmed the manual prior to uploading and didn't notice any errors and such but if you find any, let me know.

    It's a 20mb file download (2 different host locations):

    http://www.fileupyours.com/files/135...0%20manual.pdf
    http://rapidshare.com/files/62886880...-30_manual.pdf

    Good luck with your M-30!
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    I think if your album is good and your live act is even better... that's when you know you're listening to one of the greatest musicians/bands of all time.

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    Excellent job, Daniel!

    I skimmed over the manual and now have a better understanding of the M-30 and just how flexible it is, especially if one makes use of an outboard M-1 cue mixer!

    Thanks you for all the hard work and for finding web-space to make the file available! You're a good egg!

    Cheers!

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    Jeff, Dave.. Thanks guys!!

    ..in fact, here's what led up to me getting the manual done (in a much more timely way ):
    .pdf of a M-30
    Hosting space for a manual?
    I think if your album is good and your live act is even better... that's when you know you're listening to one of the greatest musicians/bands of all time.

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    Cjacek,
    You have done an excellent job. Im Sorry that the pdf program I reccomended didnt work. I think alot of people here are gonna benefit from this. I myself was getting frusterated trying to figure out how to use the M-30 without a manual.
    I tried giving you some good reputation but it says I must spread some around before I give you some more.
    Now the only thing we need to do is get a sticky thread going with all the Tascam manuals that used to be on the Tascam site plus this M-30 manual.Plus anyone else who has a rare hard to find manual can do the same as Cjacek. That way people who come here can go right into a sticky thread for a manual. So people dont have to scour the net. And it'd also be a thing that may attract more people to this site. If word gets out that we have a $h!tload of good manuals people may come here for one and stay.
    I own: Tascam TSR-8

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    Cjacek....You're the F#@%in' MAN!!!
    Let me know if you would like me to make a donation to your paypal account.

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    poopchute:

    Thanks for the kind words! I really appreciate it. The pdf program was but a catalyst which made me seek out a solution so in that sense it did work!

    Hey, no worries about the rep points. (I've got enough to tide me over for now ).

    Yeah, a sticky of manuals would be great. I'd have to ask Dragon how this can be done so that people can paste their links under that thread, for a particular manual or maybe I could upload what I have... Someone already made a TASCAM 388 manual and I know a 34B exists (I think I have these) and also a TEAC 3440, but I'm not sure (and of course the M30).

    needledrop:

    You're welcome!

    I wouldn't dream of taking money off of this so don't worry about it.

    That is also the reason I put a "stamp" on each of the pages, with my user name here etc....., as to make it harder for people to resell it.
    I think if your album is good and your live act is even better... that's when you know you're listening to one of the greatest musicians/bands of all time.

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    Arrow You're a smart feller.

    I wondered what that blip on my screen was that my ancient reader wouldn't read!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lt. Bob
    ... subtleties of sound make a difference to those who really listen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Reel Person View Post
    I wondered what that blip on my screen was that my ancient reader wouldn't read!
    Yeah, I was thinking about this, whether or not everything displays properly. How are you viewing it, Dave? Are you displaying it full screen?

    I'm using the free foxit pdf reader: http://www.download.com/Foxit-PDF-Re...ml?tag=lst-0-1
    and have it set to "fit width".
    I think if your album is good and your live act is even better... that's when you know you're listening to one of the greatest musicians/bands of all time.

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    Arrow Acrobat 3, I think.

    It's no problem.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lt. Bob
    ... subtleties of sound make a difference to those who really listen.

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