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Old 06-29-2004, 02:25 PM
marc_c marc_c is offline
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Default Mastering 4-track tapes on PT LE/MBox

Greetings friends,

Like many of you, I have hundreds of 4-track cassette tapes that aren't getting any younger. I'd like to mix some of them down to CD. Is there any way (or a good way) to do this with the MBox?



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