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Old 05-21-2002, 11:04 PM
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Default Re: 2" Transfer into 192--the original timeless classic. Accept no imitations...

Thanks Loudist. I plan to have the test gear there. Pink noise it is. To all: speak now or forever hold your peace!
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Old 05-22-2002, 02:27 AM
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Default Re: 2" Transfer into 192--the original timeless classic. Accept no imitations...

Okay

I can give you an 8078 and 800 and/or 827 on Saturday.

Let's get it on (and put an end to this thread) [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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Old 05-22-2002, 05:11 AM
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Default Re: 2" Transfer into 192--the original timeless classic. Accept no imitations...

Go with Rail

He knows his ****

And has loooooooooooooooooong been repected round here.

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Old 05-22-2002, 09:01 AM
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Default Re: 2" Transfer into 192--the original timeless classic. Accept no imitations...

One question, if you record pink noise on to the 24 track tape machine, and then transfer the pink noise to PTHD, and Radar, how will you measure the spectrum?
I mean to say, will the pink noise tracks that are being used for the test be run through the same console faders at the same static 'mix' levels as the program material to the 2 mix bus so you would have 3 discrete pink noise 'mixs' from all three repro devices, tape, PTHD, and Radar?

It seems to me that this would be the proper way to do this.

I guess that was two questions.
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Old 05-22-2002, 09:24 AM
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Default Re: 2" Transfer into 192--the original timeless classic. Accept no imitations...

Loudist,

I was planning to focus on HD since that's what's really in question.

But...

With your idea in mind, it would be more complete to measure a single channel of:

TAPE pink measured from 2"
TAPE pink measured from 2" rec to HD
TAPE pink measured from 2" rec to RADAR
TAPE pink measured from 2" to console, rec to HD
TAPE pink measured from 2" to console, rec to RADAR

NO TAPE pink measured through 2"
NO TAPE pink measured through 2" recorded to HD
NO TAPE pink measured through 2" recorded to RADAR
NO TAPE pink measured from 2" to console, rec to HD
NO TAPE pink measured from 2" to console, rec to RADAR

that will give us a really accurate picture of what's going on with the gear I suspect. I assume these snapshots can be done in a few minutes without a lot of messing about since it's pink noise rather than music.

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Old 05-22-2002, 09:56 AM
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Thanks to Rail! I'm on with my HD rig for Saturday morning. Mixerman?

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Old 05-22-2002, 10:29 AM
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DC, do you need you the following?

1) Second RADAR?

2) An Audio Precision?

3) Transport of your HD rig?

Drop me an e-mail if you need anything on (or not on) this list. Good looking out Rail!
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Old 05-22-2002, 06:19 PM
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I got word today that the RADAR does not allow you to send all tracks out the same output pair so that defeats everything I was accomplishing with an MX-2424. Printing to a 2nd RADAR makes no sense at all now.

Are there any other multitracks that can do 96K that can have the tracks all route out the same output pair?

Thanks for the input.

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Old 05-22-2002, 08:35 PM
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Default Re: 2" Transfer into 192--the original timeless classic. Accept no imitations...

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Originally posted by DaveCarlock:
I got word today that the RADAR does not allow you to send all tracks out the same output pair so that defeats everything I was accomplishing with an MX-2424. Printing to a 2nd RADAR makes no sense at all now.

Are there any other multitracks that can do 96K that can have the tracks all route out the same output pair?

Thanks for the input.

DC
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">What do you mean "all tracks?" You can send any pair out the AES out of a RADAR 24 (don't know about RADAR IIs). I do it all the time. If you are wanting to sum tracks through the AES outs (why would you want to?), then you're out of luck.

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Old 05-22-2002, 10:38 PM
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What do you mean "all tracks?" You can send any pair out the AES out of a RADAR 24 (don't know about RADAR IIs). I do it all the time. If you are wanting to sum tracks through the AES outs (why would you want to?), then you're out of luck.

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That's the idea and I am out of luck with the RADAR. The plan was to put the tracks with various mixes (6-8 tracks)in input and take the mix we wanted to listen back to out of input. All tracks would be set out a pair of outputs and allow all the mixes to come out the same device, same outputs, same cables, same converters. Instead of DATs or CDs which would require a playback machine for each mix and a switch box pre converter.

Any one else have a device that will do this? I was told the MX-2424 will do it.

DC
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