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This will be intergrated into our new mobile recording facility.

All conversion will be done at 192Khz.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lY__e391IRY&search=robot%20technology

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Sebatron Tue, 05/16/2006 - 10:45
On the subject of R&D Seb, is there any more news on that compressor we were talking about a while back?

It's getting closer. All of the core circuits have been sussed out.
We have some final testing to complete.
The compressor itself may be issued in a 1U version then followed up with a more detailed 2U version with VU.

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MadGuitrst Fri, 05/12/2006 - 15:24
Every studio should have at least one of those.
Using an anechoic chamber, ours created bass so low it pulverized the glass eye of our recording engineer and caused the excecutive producer's pacemaker to become dislodged.

Of course, we recorded at 384.785k, which we expect to become a studio standard by no later than the beginning of 2047 AD or 134 BCjr, whichever comes first. At a mere 192k, I doubt it could even crack the engineer's other eye, let alone turn it to sand.

Anyhow, thanks for sharing, we are all better for it. :shock:
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