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    Quote Originally Posted by jpmorris View Post
    Are there any particular rules or requirements for this?

    For example, are digital processors allowed? Most of my instruments are based on sample-playback (albeit emulating vintage instruments).

    What about the radio play I'm working on where the dialogue was submitted as MP3 or WAV files by the actors, and then assembled on tape?
    Well, anything that's posted here would have to be digitally sampled at some point...

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    The studio song was great Richard. Even from the vinyl source then to MP3 the sounds were very interesting and totally "analogy"! The guitars were very cool and I dug the '70's drum sounds (I'm a sucker for the thuddy, cardboard box tom sound.)

    Great thread idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedblue View Post
    Dunno JP. I guess I meant having a good chunk of tape in there somewhere. Maybe just put a note on the post saying where the tape was used and leave it at that?

    Then again, anybody out there recording on wire or cutting vinyl or lacquers? \

    Any one else care to comment?
    Tape emulating stuff shouldn't count because it's not really tape. As much analog input as possible for this thread should be used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRSIV View Post
    The studio song was great Richard. Even from the vinyl source then to MP3 the sounds were very interesting and totally "analogy"! The guitars were very cool and I dug the '70's drum sounds (I'm a sucker for the thuddy, cardboard box tom sound.)

    Great thread idea!
    Thanks, John. I still remember that as being quite the fun session. I worked with these guys several times over the years. When I get some time I'll post some more ANALOG samples of their work.

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    No such list would be complete without Dave's content:
    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page...?bandID=312544

    Only 9 pages of content or 205 songs, mostly tape stuff.

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    Where is everyone? Anyway, I'm hoping to have a few tunes up this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgeaspen View Post
    Where is everyone? Anyway, I'm hoping to have a few tunes up this weekend.
    I am here. I have been dodging mudslinging over in the guitar forum.
    (no pun intended)
    ViP

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    Here's another from the same fellow. This was not recorded in the studio, but in the "show room" of the professional audio shop that I used to work at. In a previous life the "show room" was Studio A of Sound 80 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sound_80) studios in Minneapolis. I used to experiment with new toys when they came in so that I could properly demonstrate equipment to my customers. This song is a result of experimenting with a "new" Klark Teknik Digital Delay unit. The recording though is analog. I believe I used a Tascam 58 as the multitrack. Recoded using a Tascam 520 console and mixed to an Otari MTR-10 (maybe?). This was probably around 1982 or so. The writer, Tim, sort of let me have my way with the song so I went just a bit crazy, suggesting the weird background voices and all the effects. This is called "One Winter's Day on a New York Subway". If you listen closely you can hear the "subway sound" come in after the rather long intro and continuing in the background through the song. The "subway sound" was created by having three of the guys sing "AHHHH" into a microphone and running it through the above KT unit set on an infinite decay reverb setting. http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page...songID=8167914

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    Dude, that's a cool song. Sound is fantastic. Well, that's analog for ya. HEHE

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    Here is a song by my band Kings Pawn. It's the third rehearsal and was messed up by not knowing the song. It has gone through Manny changes since we started and are working on finishing it soon. After uploading it I noticed the sound is VERY VERY bad. I guess it's from going from tape to digital (wave file) to MP3 through Audacity. No EQ Compression or DBX Noise Reduction was used. Buying a DBX 231 EQ this weekend. I'm looking forward to using it. I know things sound horrid without it.
    Please, I know it's bad so you don't need to post negative comments. Thanks
    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/defa...?bandID=997040

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