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Thread: Is the fd 4 worth it?

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    I am considering a fostex fd4. I have never owned a 4 track before but I have spent most of my life running live sound. The main reason I like this unit is price and I can copy and paste within a track and not loose any quality. SOOOO I quess my question is it worth it or should I buy a tascam with auto bounce? The entire package is as follows.
    fostex fd4
    styquest 230
    akg c1000
    I can get the whole schbang for $600 US

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    it's a very good buy for those of us who don't have a big budget, but want to do a little bit of good quality recording. i have had no problems with mine. very easy to use. now if i could only figure out how to fit my vocals better in the mix then everything would be fine.......but that's my problem. i say go for it.

    Silk

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    It sure sounds nice. What type of storage are you using with yours? Does it sound like cd or are there some blemishes? what is this problem with the vocals?
    -Helm

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    the sound is very cool. it is my mixing that needs help....(haha) i use a 250 meg zip drive on it so i have a good amount of space to work with.

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