Hey all, just joined today. Glad to find you. I'm pushing 80 (one more year) but still playing in a band. Course were knocked out of gigs since covid hit. In the mean time were working on new material and I'm the guy who's tasked with mixing and recording the tracks to distribute so everyone can work up their lines. I'm a percussionist for the group and been going at it since 1970 in the SF Bay area. From California by the way (you may have guessed that). I use a R16 for our recordings and have used it for about 6 years. Today I ran into a new problem and I'm hoping some of you might have a thought or two. I was recording my conga tracks (using a Sure M57) on one channel while the overall mix was playing from a different channel. It all sounded fine until I played it back. The recording of my drums played a VERY slow speed. I tried to do it again but got the same results. I'm not terribly sophisticated at using the R16, but I can't figure what's going on. I googled/ducked the s**t out of it but came up empty. I'd appreciate any ideas. Thanks.