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Old 11-26-2006, 11:25 AM
Sparky1 Sparky1 is offline
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Default Do I Need an External Word Clock?

Hey there.

I've been tracking stuff @ my place - then taking the tracks to a larger commercial studio for mixing.

I use a PT LE (6.4) - and the studio has a TDM system.

Often - many of my tracks will have an occasional & audible spike.

The engineer at the TDM studio thinks I may have a clocking issue.

I'm still using a 001 on a G4 - because it suits my needs - and don't really want to spend money replacing it - if I don't have to.

So - I'm really wondering if the majority of people here do actually end up purchasing an external word clock...


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