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Roland vs. 1880 - transferring individual tracks onto other machine to be mixed and mastered m

Discussion in 'Digital Recorders' started by Jonathan Larkin, Sep 9, 2019.

  1. Jonathan Larkin

    Jonathan Larkin Active Member

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    east falmouth, ma
    Hi, I`ve done some recording on the 1880 and plan to do more . I`m not very techy and it took a long time to learn how to use this machine - I still have a lot to learn - but i`m happy to just be able to put tracks down and mix o.k., creating a decent soundscape . However , once played back on c.d. it sounds alright - but I`m missing a bit of spark or punch that a pro engineer i`m sure could remedy on a superior machine or even my machine . I would ideally like to have a pro engineer spice it up for me . Does this sound doable ? I have around 10 tracks per song on mostly acoustic instruments - fiddle , accordion , percussion , etc. What price range could i expect to pay for such services . All thoughts and advice would be greatly appreciated - Thanks.
     

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