does anyone in here remember this?

Discussion in 'Mixing' started by anonymous, Aug 25, 2003.

  1. anonymous

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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3042374094&category=21166&rd=1


    yikes! heheh
     
  2. RecorderMan

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    Oh yeah....I used to work for a studio in '89-'90 that was going to be the "first" all digital studio...they had those JVC 2 track digital recorders that used a 3/4" machine and an a/d d/a converter that you used a black and white television to visually align the the 3/4" head/drum with. And they were looking at the opus at the time. yamaha was talking to them and I saw some prototypes for what became the 02r. Those were some days.
    It is possible and deadly to be too ahead of the curve.
     
  3. anonymous

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    yup....

    look at the capricorn....one of the nicest digital desks I ever worked on....I swear I could get a mix done in half the time if not faster than a analog and it sounded pretty cool too..

    Not to say that the only probelm with it was that it came out a little early (neve's support is what really killed it) but there sure as hell wasnt much out there in terms of competition at the time.

    I would pick one up in a hearbeat if I knew servicing wouldnt be an issue :)
     

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