>>53140764 I don't have that, it was just what came up on Google. I have a Tascam Porta07 and I'm just getting used to it at the moment. It's really fun but I already feel quite limited with just 4 tracks and no stereo bounce down (I don't think)
>>53140723 I have a portastudio mk2 02, it's pretty terrible. The headphone out has so much noise it's not even funny. Does anyone know if my unit is broken or do they all have an insane amount of noise. It's not the tape either since the line out isn't that noisey.
>>53143976 yep. You can record 4 tracks in mono or use 1&2 and 3&4 to do stereo. I'm pretty happy with it, the pitch control is pretty cool too. I think it's the same 4 track that ween used when they were recording their early lo-fi albums
>>53143251 I've got a Yamaha MT100II (pic related) and it's pretty full-featured. DBX noise reduction, stereo EQ, 1x/2x speed switch, and a pitch control slider. It's also got one aux send and a stereo return which is very useful for mixing in a bit of reverb during the mixdown.
been wanting to get into something like this where should I start of been producing bleeps on the pc for about 2 years and want some hardware something like this >>53144376 but I dont even know how to set shit up and what wires I need somebody point me in the right direction
Essentially my 464 stopped responding to me pressing record+play, play, rewind, and fast-forward. However, when I hold down play+record when I turn it on I get this sequence of lights. Any idea what the issue is?
>>53147338 Yes, but the output from the 4-track is likely going to be RCA, and the line-input on the back of your computer is probably 3.5mm. You can get RCA to 3.5mm converter cables like pic related for pretty cheap on websites like amazon, though.
>>53146831 Just grab a couple from a thrift store. I've seen some go for like $5, so it's not a big deal to trash it. Plus if you've got 2 you can just record 2 different takes of the same phase, 1 on each recorder, and bounce it to a master for some crazy phasing
>>53147613 >does this device actually let you edit the recording? yes but it involved splicing tape which is a gigantic bitch (especially with small tape like cassettes) so it's best to avoid having to do that.
Tape to PC transfer just involved hooking the stereo output from the 4-track to the line-input on your PC with one of these cables >53147402 and recording it in Audacity.
>>53147402 ok ok ok very good now if I want to do something like this >>53144376 I have to take the audio cable that is coming out of the tape recorder plug it into let's say a guitar pedal, then get another audio cable aND plug it into the comp?
>>53147700 Why would you plug the mixed down output from the 4-track into a guitar pedal? Usually you'd run whatever piece of gear through the guitar pedal and then record that to an empty track on the 4-track, THEN mix that down into your computer.
The output cable style from the guitar pedal would most likely be 1/4'' though, so if you still want to record the output directly from the pedal you'd need a 1/4'' to 3.5mm adapter.
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