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    Could bad phantom power damage condenser mic? M-Audio Fasttrack c400

    Bad as in not enough current? No. Too much current or anything over 52 volts? - yes.
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    Converting 4-track cassette to 4-track digital on PC

    Looks like it. Call Sweetwater and make certain.
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    Converting 4-track cassette to 4-track digital on PC

    There are several 4 line in PC interface cards available.
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    Beyerdynamic MZKS

    What is it? I just came across one. It's a short barrel with male 3-pin tuchel on 1 end, female tuchel on the other, & an on/off switch not quite in the center.
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    Dbx 160 vu distortion all the time

    Check the input/output connections just to make sure they're still intact. If that's not it, time to have someone take a look inside to see what failed.
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    M35 recording problem

    Bring the tape recorder outputs to the M35 tape ins. You can find the M35 manual online in several places. Download and read it thoroughly and all head scratching will be eliminated.
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    M35 recording problem

    Which inputs of the 35? There are 3 sets as I recall - line, mic, and tape monitor.
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    M35 recording problem

    Not enough info here to help you. How is everything wired up?
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    Help Recording: Headphone out or Preamp out?

    I assume that you just raise the volume of the amp at the head. If the dummy headphone plug turns the cab off, it's off. Volume boost won't change that. What does the amp's owner's manual say?
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    Help Recording: Headphone out or Preamp out?

    Use the preamp out to your interface. I doubt the phones out would sound all that good even if it did work. In addition, plugging watts into an input expecting line level might be detrimental to the interface.
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    Cool Edit Pro

    This is last answer from me. Open cue list. control& click on desired cues to highlight. click on merge. double click on merged cue.
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    Cool Edit Pro

    I was about to say the same thing.
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    Cool Edit Pro

    1. Right click and drag mouse between the 2 cues to highlight area. 2. Press control & c together. 3. click on where you want to paste. 4. Press control & v together.
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    Cool Edit Pro

    As I recall, place curser where you want the marker & hit F8.
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    Recording Through a Tape Machine

    Different strokes and all that. IMHO, it's much ado about very little to nothing gained.
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    Recording Through a Tape Machine

    Why go through all that when you can just do overdubs to tape and then transfer it all to DAW?
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    Recording Through a Tape Machine

    The specs for the play & record/sync heads are identical. The play head is there for alignment purposes more than anything else. Once the machine is properly set up, all work is supposed to be done from the record/sync head stack. In addition, recording new material while monitoring in play...
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    Analog recording/mixing tips

    The are called, "companders." If you have the companion TASCAM dbx units for the 38, you just leave them alone. Assuming your machine & dbx units are aligned properly, AND you don't print ultra hot, they will keep your tape nearly as quiet digital. They won't mess with reverb tails.
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    FMR RNC 1773- rabbit hole in 2020

    It's actually called, "really nice mode." It's purpose is to make the compression as invisible as possible and it does exactly that. The incoming signal is held where it's placed in the mix with nothing added. That is what I want in a compressor most of the time.
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    Analog recording/mixing tips

    Proper use of dbx I will keep the noise levels down without having to print ultra hot. It's also beneficial when bouncing tracks.
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