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An Introduction to Equalization - A free download from Audio Masterclass

Equipping Your Home Recording Studio - A free download from Audio Masterclass

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A brief introduction to microphone preamplifiers for the home recording studio

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A brief introduction to equalization for the home recording studio

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Mixing with DASH

A description of the current use of DASH (digital audio stationary head) multitrack recorders for mixing.

The current significance of DASH is as a machine that can record onto a relatively cheap archivable medium, with confidence that tapes will be replayable after many years.

Also, when an analog project is recorded on twin 24-track recorders, it is often considered more convenient for editing to copy the tapes to a Sony 3348.

The single 3348 is far faster and more responsive than synchronized analog machines, making the mixing process faster and smoother.

By David Mellor Tuesday February 1, 2000