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    Favorite analogue kit.. ?

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    There just arn't enough pictures on here !!!!! Anyone like to post one of their favorite pieces of vintage gear ?
    This is mine, its a Standel mixer, but being mono I use it as a sort of giant Joe Meek item as it has a compressor and reverb and a nice eq.. Cost me 200 to get it serviced so it has a place in my soul and its here for life...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt. Bob
    ... subtleties of sound make a difference to those who really listen.

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    My newest and most favorite piece of analog gear:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt. Bob
    ... subtleties of sound make a difference to those who really listen.

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    Nagra IV-L from the 60's. 3 head, quartz locked, 1/4" full track mono recorder. Fully portable, mains or battery powered, runs for hours on 12 size "D" batteries. Line in or mic. Bypassed, manual or automatic limiting. 3 1/4, 7 1/2 or 15ips. Indestructable.

    All our stuff gets mastered down to this in glorious mono...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jedblue View Post
    Nagra IV-L from the 60's. 3 head, quartz locked, 1/4" full track mono recorder. Fully portable, mains or battery powered, runs for hours on 12 size "D" batteries. Line in or mic. Bypassed, manual or automatic limiting. 3 1/4, 7 1/2 or 15ips. Indestructable.

    All our stuff gets mastered down to this in glorious mono...
    Man, forget about 8-track live recording. I want THAT.

    That is a great machine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt. Bob
    ... subtleties of sound make a difference to those who really listen.

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    The Nagra deck reminded me of this. This is what got me started in recording last year. Marantz PMD-430 - arguably the best portable cassette recorder ever made. I LOVE this thing.




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